Bed shortages and social care cuts make situation ‘unsafe’
Monday 25th Sep 2017
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
Leader makes clear that single market blocks nationalisation
Labour finally offers hope, leader tells rally
London is first city in Britain to ban heavily criticised taxi multinational from the roads
Saturday 23rd Sep 2017
Party report calls for ‘simpler and more generous’ system
Friday 22nd Sep 2017
PLANS to draft in a “scab army” of managers to break a guards’ strike on Greater Anglia services pose a severe threat to passenger safety, rail union RMT warned yesterday.
General secretary Mick Cash has written to Abellio bosses and the Office of Road and Rail urging...
ARMY OFFICERS appeared in court yesterday over allegations of abuse including ordering teenage recruits to eat faeces.
The 10 defendants, who were all instructors at the Army Foundation College in Harrogate, pleaded not guilty to a list of charges.
They included spitting in...
UNIONS are seeking an urgent meeting with Mitie bosses after the outsourcing giant announced a major jobs cull yesterday.
The company confirmed that about 480 jobs are to be axed by next March following a string of recent profit warnings.
However, general union Unite, which has...
Thursday 21st Sep 2017
ARMY officers will be hauled in front of a court martial hearing today over allegations that they smeared faeces into the faces of trainee soldiers.
Seventeen sergeants and corporals will face the hearing into the alleged abuse of teenage recruits at the Army Foundation College in...
Figen Yuksekdag refuses to enter court after delegation barred
Tuesday 19th Sep 2017
posted by Steve Sweeney in World