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Thursday 13 August 2015

Yvette Cooper Blogs: 'There's a Battle on for the Soul of Our Party'

It's not enough to be angry at the world. We're the Labour party, we have a responsibility to change the world or what's the point of us at all. Because in the end Britain needs a strong Labour party now more than ever. Power is in the hands of a narrow Tory elite. Concentrating wealth, widening inequality, fragmenting Britain, letting people down Already they broke their promises. Already they are turning the clock back. They only have a majority of 12. We can beat them. They are still only Tories. Now is not the time to give in. Read more.

Yvette Cooper Blogs: 'There's a Battle on for the Soul of Our Party'

Iain Duncan Smith Blogs: We're Building a Welfare State That Is Finally Fit for Purpose

With near record employment in this country, and long term unemployment at its lowest level since 2009, there are more opportunities than ever for people to make the move from benefits to work, and that is why we must continue to press ahead with our reforms. We're building a welfare state that is finally fit for purpose. A system that supports people when they need it, but doesn't trap them into a life on benefits. A system that rewards work, instead of dependency. This is what this one nation Government is delivering. Read more.

Iain Duncan Smith Blogs: We're Building a Welfare State That Is Finally Fit for Purpose

ON THE BLOG: Results Day: Qualifications vs Life Experience

Lots of people I meet automatically assume that employers would veto any candidate who has no degree or generally doesn't perform well academically. However, this isn't always the case. I, and most other employees, look for something more than just an impressive CV. We want a candidate to tell us when they have applied learnings to real life experiences. Read more.

ON THE BLOG: Results Day: Qualifications vs Life Experience

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