Britain has made situation worse, says Ford
Saturday 24th Dec 2016
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
Outrage at plans to slash £22bn from budget
DESPITE Kurds making up 20 per cent of the population, the Turkish state denied their existence until 1991. They were referred to instead as “Mountain Turks.”
Kurdish people have suffered discrimination, persecution and massacres by Turkish governments who see Kurdish...
posted by Steve Sweeney in Features
Ministers told to end ‘Scrooge-like’ public-sector pay cap
Friday 23rd Dec 2016
THE government was accused yesterday of ignoring damning new evidence which exposes the extent of Govia Thameslink Railway’s (GTR) failure.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan blasted the train operator after figures revealed that only 62 per cent of its trains arrived on time in the last...
- British police provide training to Saudi Arabia and Bahrain
- Techniques used to identify and arrest people who are then tortured
Thursday 22nd Dec 2016
RAIL union RMT slammed the government yesterday for gifting a “Christmas bonus” to chaotic Southern Rail bosses by allowing them to provide replacement buses in the latest “strike-breaking PR stunt.”
Tory Rail Minister Paul Maynard confirmed that the government...
THE Unite union welcomed a “ground-breaking” deal yesterday that will see fair pay for London bus drivers as Sadiq Khan unveiled plans to introduce a new minimum drivers’ wage.
The announcement will see London bus drivers receive a minimum wage of £23,000 as the...
STUDENT paramedics demanded action by bosses at a beleaguered ambulance trust yesterday to resolve a dispute over pay and delays to training.
The East of England Ambulance service was revealed in June as the worst performing trust in the country, with overworked crews struggling to...
Ex-Ukip leader faces legal action after linking tragic Jo Cox’s widower to extremists while accusing Hope Not Hate of ‘violence’
Wednesday 21st Dec 2016