CAMERON MUST STOP PUSSYFOOTING AROUND OVER TAX DODGERS: CORBYN
David Cameron need to stop pussyfooting around and act on tax dodgers, Jeremy Corbyn will require, in response to the Panama Documents leakage which has seen the Prime Minister dragged into a row about his late fathers company affairs.
The Labour leader will declare the information reveals the requirement to get hard on tax sanctuaries including Britains Overseas Territories and Crown Dependencies.
Mr Corbyn will insist there can not be one set of rules for the rich elite and another for the rest people, including that the richest must pay their way.
UNIONS TO PRESENT PLAN TO CONSERVE STEEL JOBS
The CompanyBusiness Secretary will take a trip to Mumbai today to meet the chairman of steel giant Tata as efforts to conserve thousands of jobs are stepped up.
Sajid Javid will hold talks with Cyrus Mistry to discuss information of the sales process for the companies UK steel operations.
The Indian corporation made a shock decision last Tuesday to sell its loss making UK company, threatening thousands of redundancies.
CARWYN JONES TO PRESS DAVID CAMERON OVER PORT TALBOT STEELWORKS NATIONALISATION
David Cameron will come under fresh pressure to nationalise the Port Talbot steelworks up until a private buyer can be found as he holds face-to-face crisis talks with First Minister of Wales Carwyn Jones.
The Prime Minister insisted the UK is doing all it can to find a long-term solution for the gigantic South Wales plant and the Government would make it as appealing as possible to financiers.
However Mr Jones stated he would be asking Mr Cameron to provide a guarantee that the Government would take Tata Steels plants in Wales into public ownership up until a financier steps forward.
LEAVING EU WOULD BE ACT OF SELF-HARM: DAVID CAMERON
Leaving the European Union would be an act of financial and political self-harm which would leave the UK with a second-rate trading relationship, David Cameron warned.
The Prime Minister stated leaving the single market would be needless and careless and firmly insisted that Brexit would not help the beleaguered British steel market.
Mr Cameron said cutting ties with Brussels would strike our service industries hard as he alerted that European federal governments would come under extreme pressure to impose tariff obstacles to protect their own industries from British competitors.
HEALTH TOURISM IS COSTING UK MILLIONS, SAY BREXIT CAMPAIGNERS
Health tourism from the European Union is costing the UK hundreds of millions a year, Brexit campaigners have asserted.
Analysis by the Vote Leave campaign suggests that the UK pays an average of pound; 723 million a year more to EU nations for treatment of UK nationals than it receives back for treating their residents in British healthcare facilities and surgical treatments.
Figures released in response to a Freedom of Info Act request present to that because 2007-2008, the UK has paid pound; 6.18 billion to other EU member states for the treatment of British residents in the EU, however got just pound; 405 million from other EU nations for the expense of alleviating their people in the UK, a space of pound; 5.78 billion.
ONLY 1% OF DADS TAKE SHARED ADULT LEAVE ALTERNATIVE
Just 1% of fathers have taken up the chance to share parental leave a year after the alternative was presented, according to a study of companies and parents.
According to research study by My Household Care – which recommends companies on being family-friendly – and the Womens Company Council, 55% of females said they would not wantwish to share their maternity leave.
The survey of more than 1,000 moms and dads and 200 businesses discovered that using up shared parental leave (SPL) was dependent on a persons specific conditions, especially on their monetary scenario and the paternity pay available from their employer.
EX-BARCLAYS BANKERS LIBOR FIXING TRIAL FEE TO START
The trial of five former Barclays bankers accuseded of conspiracy to defraud in connection with the supposed fixing of Libor will start today.
Jonathan James Mathew, 35, Stylianos Contogoulas, 44, Jay Vijay Merchant, 45, Alex Pabon, 37, and Ryan Reich, 34, are implicated of manipulating the United States Dollar London Interbank Offered Rate in between June 1 2005 and August 31 2007.
The charge states that they dishonestly agreedconsented to acquire or make submissions of rates by Barclays, a panel bank, into the Dollar Libor setting procedure which were incorrect or deceptive.
LABOUR VOTE WILL ASSIST COUNCILS WITHSTAND ONSLAUGHT OF CUTS, SAYS JEREMY CORBYN
Ballot Labour will help councils endure an onslaught of cuts from the Tory Government, Jeremy Corbyn will assert as he launches his partys local election campaign.
The Labour leader will step up his partys campaign against the Federal governments plan to turn state schools in England into academies, asserting it will cost pound; 1 billion at a time when spending is being squeezed.
Mr Corbyn will aim to put Labours approach to producing a fairer economy at the centre of his pitch to voters, declaring David Camerons administration is making the wrong options and has the wrong top priorities.
GOVERNMENT ACCUSED OF PRIORITISING TRADE OVER HUMAN BEING RIGHTS
Ministers are providing a clear impression that the UK is increasingly putting trade and security above human rights issues, MPs warned.
There was plainly an understanding that the issue had been downgraded in the Federal governments negotiations with nations such as Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Bahrain, the Commons Foreign Affairs Select Committee said.
The omission of Egypt and Bahrain from a Foreign Office list of nations requiring unique attention helped foster the idea it has ended up being more hesitant in promoting and defending global human rights freely and robustly, it stated.
LONG-TERM SICK LEAVE AMONG COPS FOR PSYCHOLOGICAL PROBLEMS UP BY A THIRD
The number of authorities policemanslaw enforcement officer and personnel taking long-lasting sick leave for psychological factors has actually increased by over a third in the previous 5 years, police have actually said.
In spite of overall worker numbers falling, the number of police policemanslaw enforcement officer and authorities staff taking some time off for mental reasons increased from 4,544 in 2010 to 6,129 in 2015.
The figures, which come from a Flexibility of Info (FOI) demand submitted by BBC Radio 5 live Daily, likewise show a stable boost in total long-lasting sick leave over the same duration.