Britain stands at a crossroads. Either we leave the European Union on 31 October, or an anti-democratic majority in parliament will find some way to force through their objective of overriding the June 2016 referendum.
The need for truly affordable housing is universally acknowledged, yet it is not delivered. Brexit, implemented with control over the economy and migration, will allow Britain to plan properly to house its people…
Ursula von der Leyen, the outgoing German defence minister, has been appointed the new European Commission President, a choice confirmed after she won the votes of 52 per cent of the members of the European Parliament.
In June 2017 the European Commission issued an official communication and an accompanying staff working document calling for member states to implement restrictions on the right to strike in air traffic control.
The Addison Act of 1919 had given council housing a national character, funded nationally through the ring-fenced Housing Revenue Account (HRA). Borrowing was at a low rate linked to government gilts to offset risk.