Ever since the Supreme Court struck down the climate fund as unconstitutional, leaving a shortfall amounting to billions in the budget, the government has been preparing to claw this back through massive cuts in social spending.
Starmer’s paragraph on Thatcher also praises how Tony Blair “reimagined a stale, outdated Labour Party into one that could seize the optimism of the late 90s”.
Real estate speculator René Benko is the product and embodiment of a sick society in which profit and wealth count for everything, while the fate and even the lives of ordinary people count for nothing.
In Sydney, Australia’s most populous city, households need to earn a staggering $261,733 annually for a mortgage on an average-priced home.
This is the report delivered by Nick Beams to the 2022 International May Day Online Rally held on May 1. Beams is a longstanding leader of the International Committee of the Fourth International and an expert on Marxist economics.
Her carefully cultivated public persona has allowed Elizabeth II to be deployed at times of heightened national crisis as an illusory but politically necessary embodiment of stability and permanence.
The scale of the horror and the depth of the public reaction suggest that something of a “tipping point” has been reached.
In the wealthiest country in the world, store shelves are empty and millions of families are now facing a desperate struggle to find essential nutrition products for their babies and toddlers.