BILLBOARDS warning of the threat Theresa May poses to public services went up in marginal constituencies across Britain early this morning.
The People’s Assembly Against Austerity (PAAA) blasted the Tories for their “manifesto of misery” as the posters in over 40...
Monday 22nd May 2017
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
Vital services saved my life, says PFA representative who lost mum to suicide
Saturday 20th May 2017
DELEGATES to the TUC Disabled Workers’ Conference called on commuters yesterday to rally behind the party which will renationalise the railways and keep safety-critical train guards.
TSSA delegate Ray Spiteri made the call as conference debated a motion opposing...
DISABLED workers launched a 10-point general election statement yesterday and called for a vote against the “continued discrimination and persecution” faced by disabled people.
The TUC Disabled Workers’ Conference opened with a searing attack on the Tory...
Friday 19th May 2017
DISABLED workers called for the removal of barriers to employment yesterday as new TUC research revealed an increase in homeworking.
The TUC Disabled Workers’ Conference debated the “social model of disability,” which sees society as the main factor in making people...
Low-paid workers and single parents banned
Thursday 18th May 2017
SHADOW chancellor John McDonnell lambasted the Tories’ “total failure” to improve living standards yesterday as new figures showed the biggest fall in wages for three years.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) revealed that weekly wages went down by 0.2 per cent...
RAIL privateers Southern Rail face a double whammy of strikes later this month after drivers’ union Aslef announced the launch of an overtime ban yesterday.
This follows an announcement by rail union RMT on Tuesday that members will be staging a 24-hour walkout on May 30.
College lecturers walk out as bosses fail to honour equal pay deal
Wednesday 17th May 2017
DESPICABLE fast food giant McDonald’s was forced to apologise yesterday after sinking to a new low with an advert that has been slammed by a charity for exploiting child bereavement.
The TV ad created by London advertising agency Leo Burnett features a young boy talking to his...