New figures from the YMCA show that Plymouth spends just £23.10 per young person on youth services. This is a cut of 89% from the funding provided by the last Labour Government in 2010. This leaves Plymouth ranked as number 136 out of 167 local authorities in England and WalesContinue Reading

Small businesses in the UK are leaving themselves open to cyber attacks with little or no protection, according to new research. A study from BT has revealed that thousands of UK businesses may be at risk, even if they think they have security measures in place as many are relyingContinue Reading

Speaking to Conservative MPs Esther McVey and Philip Davies, Mr Johnson was probed on plunging Britain into lockdowns during the Covid pandemic. In a GB News Exclusive the PM said the Government had to get the balance right while prioritising public health and saving lives. Despite admitting lockdowns had badlyContinue Reading

EXCL: Some manufacturers have even stopped taking orders, expert reveals BUYERS are being asked to wait for as long as 18 months for the delivery of new cars and some manufacturers have even stopped taking orders due to supply chain problems, an industry expert has warned. James Baggott, editor-in-chief ofContinue Reading

Commenting on the Chancellor’s Spring Statement, Plymouth Sutton and Devonport MP Luke Pollard said:“The Chancellor hasn’t got a clue. He has left households and businesses in Plymouth to fend for themselves in the middle of a devastating cost of living crisis.“Under the Conservatives, Britain is facing the highest taxes inContinue Reading