Women forced to settle for lower-paid work in struggle to make ends meet
Wednesday 2nd Sep 2015
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
CHARITIES that sell on people’s details will be tackled, regulators promised yesterday after it emerged that an elderly man with dementia had been conned out of thousands of pounds.
Former army colonel Samuel Rae lost almost £35,000 after his data was passed on up to 200...
JOURNALISTS called yesterday for the immediate release of two British reporters charged and held over terrorism allegations in Turkey.
Vice News reporter Jake Hanrahan and cameraman Philip Pendlebury are in pre-trial detention accused of assisting the self-proclaimed Islamic State...
Dip 33 times worse than that of teenage boys
Saturday 29th Aug 2015
THE Tories’ scheme to cull at least 2,000 badgers this year makes no sense, animal-rights campaigners said yesterday.
Farming minister George Eustice insisted that “strong action” was needed to stop the spread of tuberculosis in cattle in order to protect the dairy...
UNION activists have staged a musical flashmob outside a Glasgow bar run by millionaire owner Stefan King, highlighting his mistreatment of zero-hours contract workers.
Campaigners from Better Than Zero, a Scottish Trades Union Congress (STUC) initiative, sang out for fair pay and...
2,380 people have died within a year of DWP assessments saying they were fit for work
Friday 28th Aug 2015
Rising house and stock prices of Tory ‘recovery’ benefit the few
A POSSESSION order was granted to evict a family and its supporters from the Sweets Way estate yesterday after it was occupied to save it from developers.
Up to 50 campaigners then shut down the Barnet Homes office in north London in protest for Mostafa Alivredipour and his family...
Home Office to kick out Yarl’s Wood detainee despite ongoing asylum claim
Thursday 27th Aug 2015