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June 19, 2018
I know, from speaking to constituents affected by Universal Credit, just how acutely this policy damages people’s lives but a report issued last week laid bare the reality of its widespread impact for all to see. Despite being designed to streamline benefits – and cut administrative costs in the process – the National Audit Office...
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Edinburgh Airport has blocked an MP’s request to extend its consultation on the controversial E7a flight path proposal. In a letter sent on Friday, airport bosses also confirmed they would not hold another public meeting alongside the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) until after the consultation ends. Lesley Laird, MP for Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath, had sought...
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