PRISON officers demanded more support yesterday for their colleagues who suffer from mental health problems as many are sacked or demoted before they are helped.
The Prison Officers Association agreed to seek a partnership with a charity specialising in mental illness to support...
Friday 13th May 2016
posted by Will Stone in Britain
A PERFECT storm of cuts and overcrowding has left prisoners more likely to die behind bars than they were five years ago, shadow prisons minister Jo Stevens warned yesterday.
The Cardiff Central MP highlighted that swingeing £900 million budget cuts since 2010 have put both...
Thursday 12th May 2016
by Will Stone at POA conference in Southport
Wednesday 11th May 2016
Trade unions: £50m compensation ‘goes a little way’ to redress decades of victimisation
Tuesday 10th May 2016
Will Stone reviews The Buskers Opera
Saturday 7th May 2016
posted by Will Stone in Arts
TRADE unionists demanded a human-rights probe into a Tory Party rife with racism yesterday after drawing up a damning dossier of hate which has gone unpunished.
Conservative MPs, councillors and candidates have repeatedly used the most disgusting slurs against minority groups —...
Friday 6th May 2016
HUNDREDS of drivers and warehouse staff supplying BHS stores could lose their jobs in the fallout from the retail giant’s collapse, workers warned yesterday.
Up to 11,000 jobs are directly under threat as administrators assess the bankrupted 88-year-old business, which fell...
Thursday 5th May 2016
ALMOST three people are killed at work every week, trade unionists warned as they marked Workers’ Memorial Day today, with 142 workers dying on the job in 2014-15.
Workers will rally and lay a wreath at the statue of the unknown building worker at Tower Hill in central London...
Thursday 28th Apr 2016