UNISON leader Dave Prentis promised to “fight to make sure the government is defeated” on June 8 as he put the public service union on election footing.
He warned that NHS workers, who are represented by Unison, stand to lose everything if the Tories are voted in for...
Tuesday 25th Apr 2017
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
UNISON members vowed yesterday to continue the fight against the scrapping of the NHS bursary and “to get rid of this nasty, vicious NHS-hating Tory government.”
The government announced last year that the bursary — available to nursing, midwifery and some allied...
Corbyn urges Trump to step back from wars
Monday 24th Apr 2017
Labour blasts Conservative pledges to tie down ‘big 6’ profits
RACISM and intolerance are always wrong and must continue to be challenged, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn stormed yesterday.
He was speaking at a rally to mark the 40th anniversary of the “Battle of Wood Green” in north London where locals halted a march by the fascist...
A PATIENT has waited an astonishing three-and-a-half years in a Welsh hospital despite being declared fit for discharge, it was revealed yesterday.
The patient — who has complex mental and physical health needs and a learning disability — has been in a hospital bed for a...
DOWNING STREET was left in turmoil yesterday by the shock resignation of another top spin doctor.
Press secretary Lizzie Loudon became the latest high-profile staff member to quit Number 10 as Prime Minister Theresa May’s office descended into crisis.
The news of her...
Saturday 22nd Apr 2017
Corbyn tears into ‘terrible state’ of our schools and pledges a world-class education system
FORMER archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams joined calls yesterday for Britain’s pledge on foreign aid spending to be kept, no matter which party wins the general election.
He called the aid budget a “badge of honour” and warned that its future would determine...
Cuts to services mean people in state of crisis are being put in police cells
Friday 21st Apr 2017