WORKING-CLASS culture is central to the renewal and re-politicisation of the labour movement, delegates to the GFTU national conference heard yesterday.
Conference debated education and cultural values as delegates tore into Tory education policy and plans to reintroduce grammar...
Tuesday 16th May 2017
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
IT SEEMS that Britain’s Leavers and Remainers do agree on one thing: nationalisation — particularly when it comes to their transport, health and education.
Campaign group We Own It revealed yesterday that in a poll 73 per cent of Brexit voters and 77 per cent of Remainers...
JEREMY CORBYN slammed Tory health cuts for exposing patient services to cyber attacks yesterday as it emerged that 47 NHS organisations were affected by the malware virus.
The Labour leader blasted the attacks on NHS computer systems as a “highway robbery of all of us” as...
McDonnell marks Workers’ Day with call to seize moment and kick the Tories out
Tuesday 2nd May 2017
Healey vows new legal minimum standards for rental homes
BRITAIN must rethink its Middle East policy and distance itself from the “mercurial and unpredictable” US President Donald Trump, peers warned yesterday.
The Lords international relations committee reported that, in what would be a landmark decision, Britain should give...
Theresa May offers more mess and misery
Monday 1st May 2017
Benefit cuts put 70,000 in sheltered accommodation at risk
DRIVERS subjected to“appalling” practices in the so-called gig economy should be protected from them by being automatically given worker status, MPs said yesterday.
A Commons work and pensions committee inquiry heard evidence from companies including Uber, Deliveroo, Hermes...
Widow speaks of losing her husband after unscrupulous bosses cut safety corners
Friday 28th Apr 2017