Monthly Archives: September 2014

A jump in the minimum wage/EV4EL/Council plans

Hi all, Greetings from the Manchester Labour conference! I’ll post a couple of times this week as things develop. For starters: Proposed minimum wage increase The minimum wage was introduced under the last Labour government amid widespread predictions of disaster … Continue reading

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Why Scotland matters to us

As I talk to constituents on the doorstep, I’m finding increasingly that they want to talk about Scotland, as the most remarkable constitutional event in living memory looms this week. How often do we seriously contemplate a third of the … Continue reading

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