A PLANNED £12bn cut to the welfare budget will mean working age people on benefits each lose an average £19 a week, according to new estimates.
George Osborne's pledge to cut an additional £12bn from the benefits bill, repeated at the recent budget, has always been strangely thin on detail.
David Cameron is kicking off his campaign for No 10 with a pledge to deliver a "truly seven-days-a-week NHS" for England if the Conservatives are returned to power on May 7.
David Cameron has admitted the general election is on a "knife edge" as he used his first big speech of the campaign to launch a blistering attack on Ed Miliband.
Nicola Sturgeon said the SNP would "shake up the Westminster establishment" and make the rest of the UK take notice of Scotland in the upcoming general election.