60 per cent live in a home where at least one person has job
Tuesday 23rd May 2017
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
STINGY Tate bosses have offered their low-paid staff gift cards to spend at the gallery’s shop as a reward for their long-term service.
Public service union PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka slammed the offer yesterday, saying the “true reward” for long-serving...
Corbyn and Rayner pledge to scrap tuition fees and write off this year’s cash
Monday 22nd May 2017
Where are the costings of Tory proposals?
BILLBOARDS warning of the threat Theresa May poses to public services went up in marginal constituencies across Britain early this morning.
The People’s Assembly Against Austerity (PAAA) blasted the Tories for their “manifesto of misery” as the posters in over 40...
Vital services saved my life, says PFA representative who lost mum to suicide
Saturday 20th May 2017
DELEGATES to the TUC Disabled Workers’ Conference called on commuters yesterday to rally behind the party which will renationalise the railways and keep safety-critical train guards.
TSSA delegate Ray Spiteri made the call as conference debated a motion opposing...
DISABLED workers launched a 10-point general election statement yesterday and called for a vote against the “continued discrimination and persecution” faced by disabled people.
The TUC Disabled Workers’ Conference opened with a searing attack on the Tory...
Friday 19th May 2017
DISABLED workers called for the removal of barriers to employment yesterday as new TUC research revealed an increase in homeworking.
The TUC Disabled Workers’ Conference debated the “social model of disability,” which sees society as the main factor in making people...
Low-paid workers and single parents banned
Thursday 18th May 2017