"The Government has spent the last 12 years starving local authorities of resources & powers, making it almost impossible to build council housing or invest in large scale social housing developments."
May Day is a time where collectively the Working Class can gather and reflect on generations of sacrifice and struggle - writes Kate Osborne MP.
"Today’s cost of living crisis has been bubbling for decades, a problem that is a direct consequence of an economic system that regards water, energy, and food as commodities rather than national assets."
"Whilst countless people are struggling to pay their bills, North Sea oil and gas companies have seen their profits soar and are expected to report near-record cashflows in 2021 and 2022 of almost £14.9bn." By Kate Osborne MP. The rising cost of gas and electricity is hitting working class people the hardest, these are the…