Politics and Policy

By William Eichler | January 16, 2019

Mayoral candidate steps down after wife’s GBH conviction revealed

Mayoral candidate steps down after wife’s GBH conviction revealed

The mayor-elect of Redbridge has withdrawn his nomination after it was revealed that his wife was involved in the killing of a TV executive.

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Councils face calls to ban 'dangerous' weedkiller

Councils are facing calls to ban the use of a controversial weedkiller after a landmark legal decision in the US.

Landlords warn Universal Credit driving tenants into rent arrears

Almost two-thirds of private landlords with tenants receiving Universal Credit have experienced them going into rent arrears, a landlord association has revealed.

DWP’s interpretation of Universal Credit regulations ‘unlawful’, court rules

The High Court today has ruled that the way the Department for Work and Pensions interprets Universal Credit regulations is ‘unlawful’.

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