Seeing as the costs of the government’s reforms to welfare and unemployment are in the news today I thought it would be a good day to reveal an exclusive I have been sitting on – the costs of testing every individual on incapacity benefit are to be at least £100m a year.
- In the end nothing happened. Shabaab sang songs, police largely ignored them. Eventually the protest petered out 2 hours ago
- Palestinians up hill, Israeli police down. Question of if&when police will charge up the street to try and break up… twitter.com/i/web/status/8… 4 hours ago
- At bottom of hill Police, as you can see, look keen to break it up. https://t.co/yKzG3aJJUh 4 hours ago
- Prayers passed off peacefully. Most people left but Palestinian shabaab, or young men, now at top of hill occasionally throwing stones 4 hours ago
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