DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) - Trust in U.S. institutions, particularly the government, has plunged in President Donald Trump's first year in office, according to a leading survey released on the eve of the World Economic Forum in Davos.
THERESA MAY was told her housing revolution will fail unless she scraps the £4.5billion cap on council borrowing. A former Tory Cabinet Minister led calls for the Government to allow town halls to borrow the billions they need to help reach a target of
SAUDI Arabia has announced £2.5billion of aid to war-torn neighbour Yemen. The Saudi-led coalition has been bombing Iranian backed Houthi rebels in the neighbouring nation after civil war broke out in 2015. This latest injection of cash will open ports
TAX credit claimants who suffered due to a botched outsourcing plan have been paid just £14 each in compensation. Concentrix adjusted or terminated around 108,000 cases — nearly a third of which were overturned at appeal. HM Revenue and Customs
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A MARRIED benefits cheat stole more than £100,000 lying she was a struggling single mum. Agnieszka Pryzbylska, 38, claimed her husband — dad to two of her children — was a gay friend and they were not a couple. She later argued that he li