EDUCATION publishing giant Pearson is set to lay off 3,000 jobs as it seeks to cut costs following a record £2.6 billion loss last year.
The embattled firm said cuts would be made across “managerial positions, centralisation of procurement and the reduction of office...
Saturday 5th Aug 2017
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
THE government must be held to account over the Grenfell Tower tragedy, firefighters demanded before yesterday’s deadline for submissions to the inquiry.
Fire Brigades Union (FBU) general secretary Matt Wrack said the the scope of the inquiry needs to be broad and must also focus...
Heavy-handed police disrupt minute’s silence
Friday 4th Aug 2017
Left voices call for solidarity with Maduro
Thursday 3rd Aug 2017
Johnson told to demand end to Ankara’s state of emergency
Kensington and Chelsea council sell off old people’s home
BRITAIN must not follow the US political agenda for regime change in Venezuela, solidarity campaigners warned yesterday as pressure mounted on President Nicolas Maduro and his socialist government.
The Venezuela Solidarity Campaign (VSC) urged the British government to facilitate...
PEACE activists held a protest at Boeing offices in London last night to oppose the the US-based aerospace transnational’s involvement in arms sales to Saudi Arabia.
Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) accused Boeing — whose 2016 revenues totalled $94.6 billion...
Wednesday 2nd Aug 2017
Even though High Court judges may have let Blair off the hook over his role in the invasion of Iraq.
Tuesday 1st Aug 2017
Christian protesters pledge to continue to fight biggest ‘crime against humanity’