McCluskey calls for tomorrow’s Budget to help manufacturing
Tuesday 7th Mar 2017
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
KURDISH-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) militia dealt a vital blow to Isis yesterday, cutting the extremists’ supply line in northern Syria.
The US-backed coalition seized the main road between Isis-held Raqqa and eastern Deir Ezzor province, which is partially controlled by...
posted by Steve Sweeney in World
NYE BEVAN famously said the NHS would last “as long as there are folk left with the faith to fight for it.”
And so on Saturday a quarter of a million people marched through central London to protest against the sell-off of the health service to private companies.
Monday 6th Mar 2017
Thousands rally to oppose the Tories tearing up the healthcare of millions
Saturday 4th Mar 2017
RMT blasts Northern owners’ ‘lies and dirty tricks’ campaign
LOW-paid musuem workers have won thousands in back pay from an austerity obsessed council, GMB revealed yesterday.
The 12 GMB members were given a lowerpaid post or lost a shift allowance following a reorganisation in 2013, but were told that the changes would not come into effect for...
Clinical Commission Groups
Clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) were introduced as part of Andrew Lansley’s reforms following the 2012 Health and Social Care Act.
There are 209 CCGs across England. Each CCG is responsible for arranging or commissioning...
posted by Steve Sweeney in Features
Unions demand Lend Lease be kept clear of housing contract
Thursday 2nd Mar 2017
CONTROVERSIAL reforms of NHS care services are set to fail without extra funding and staff, a new charity report warned yesterday.
The government claims its Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs) are designed to reduce the number of patients requiring hospital admission and...
HMRC serves struggling Leyton with winding-up order
posted by Steve Sweeney in Sport