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  • BA’s extra cash deal – as long as you’re not in the union


    BRITISH AIRWAYS bosses have been accused of new attempts at strike-breaking, offering non-union members extra cash to accept a pay award, the Star can reveal today.

    Unite members in the airline’s mixed fleet are on their 42nd day of strike action in their dispute with BA over...

    Monday 17th Jul 2017

    posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain

  • Mosque challenges ex-Muslims’ Pride ‘anti-Islam’ message


    MUSLIM leaders have lodged an official complaint with the organisers of London Pride after a group was seen carrying placards with apparently Islamophobic messages at the event.

    The offending banners, which included slogans reading “Allah is Gay,” “Fuck Islamic...

    Monday 17th Jul 2017

    posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain

  • Matalan staff slam bosses’ pay boost


    Workers offered measly sum while supervisors awarded bonus

    Saturday 15th Jul 2017

    posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain

  • Spurs bags £30m of taxpayer cash


    PREMIER League giants Tottenham Hotspur are being gifted £30.5 million of taxpayers cash as council housing demolished to make way for their new stadium will not be replaced.

    The bumper pay-out to the north London football club will come from money that was earmarked for local...

    Saturday 15th Jul 2017

    posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain

  • Carrying acid ‘should be treated the same as knives’


    CARRYING acid should be made into an offence, a Labour MP urged yesterday as two teenagers were arrested  after a  spate of acid attacks in London.

    Stephen Timms, who will lead a debate on acid attacks in Parliament on Monday, called for carrying corrosive liquids to be an...

    Saturday 15th Jul 2017

    posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain

  • FIRE SAFETY IS A ‘POSTCODE LOTTERY’


    Cut to the bone, Britain’s firefighting service is short-handed and in crisis. A number of at-risk buildings grows in wake of Grenfell

    Saturday 15th Jul 2017

    posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain

  • GMB welcomes call for a cap on private hire vehicles


    A PARLIAMENTARY report calling for a cap on the number of taxis in London was welcomed by drivers’ union GMB yesterday.

    The union warned that with the number of private hire vehicles (PHV) in the capital on the rise “unscrupulous companies” including Uber are...

    Friday 14th Jul 2017

    posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain

  • IT'S ONLY A TINY HEART ATTACK


    SUSPECTED heart attacks and strokes will no longer be classified as life-threatening under the biggest shake-up of the ambulance services in 40 years, it was revealed yesterday.

    NHS England announced that current targets will be scrapped and replaced by a new system which health bosses...

    Friday 14th Jul 2017

    posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain

  • NHS fire fears grow as another two buildings fail tests


    ANOTHER two NHS buildings have failed fire safety tests that were ordered after the Grenfell Tower tragedy, it was revealed yesterday.

    Fears of a similar disaster in the NHS estate continue to grow as it faces a staggering £5 billion maintenance backlog which campaigners warn is...

    Friday 14th Jul 2017

    posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain

  • Spate of attacks on Muslim women prompts protest


    CAMPAIGNERS will hold a demonstration in Cambridge today in response to a spate of “cowardly” attacks on Muslim women in the city.

    The past week has seen an escalation in targeted attacks on hijab-wearing women including an incident where a mother was abused while...

    Thursday 13th Jul 2017

    posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain


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