Manufacturing dealt another blow with Ellesmere Port cuts
Monday 16th Oct 2017
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
PROFIT-HUNGRY water companies are dumping sewage into rivers in England and Wales, harming wildlife and potentially threatening human health, conservationists have warned.
Environmental charity WWF said that eight in 10 rivers failed to meet good ecological standards, with half...
Trio that blocked Trident base admonished by judges
Saturday 14th Oct 2017
MORE than 100 EU citizens living in Britain have mistakenly been sent deportation letters, government ministers confirmed yesterday.
Green Party co-leader Caroline Lucas accused ministers of treating EU citizens in Britain “with contempt” and as “second-class...
LEEDS University lecturers striking against a “sackers’ charter” received further support from MPs yesterday.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell and fellow Labour MP Alex Sobel, representing Leeds North West, gave their backing to the University and College Union (UCU)...
THE Tories are resurrecting their hated dementia tax that would force the elderly to sell off their homes to pay for their care, Labour charged yesterday.
At least 25 Tories unhappy about the suffering caused
Friday 13th Oct 2017
RIOTING prisoners attacked prison officers using pool balls as weapons yesterday, leading to calls for an urgent prisons staffing review.
THE Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) came under fire yesterday after a botched clean-up operation left taxpayers footing a £122 million bill.
Thursday 12th Oct 2017
BALLOT papers are landing at the homes of 160,000 civil servants today as a consultative vote on industrial action begins.