THE destruction of the Mosul mosque by Isis fighters is “a declaration of their defeat,” Iraq’s Prime Minister announced yesterday.
The country’s Ministry of Defence said the death cult demolished the 12th-century Grand Mosque of al-Nuri and its famous leaning...
Friday 23rd Jun 2017
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UNISON demanded that British companies be held responsible for abuses committed in their supply chains as they launched an ethical procurement guide for public services yesterday.
A staggering 21 million people are in modern slavery across the world, including as many as 20,000 in...
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UNISON vowed yesterday to campaign for hard-won workers’ rights and the right for EU nationals to remain in Britain to be the centre of Brexit talks.
In a debate at the union’s conference on Britain’s planned exit from the European Union, delegates agreed to fight...
EMMA DENT COAD said yesterday that the Grenfell Tower disaster had revealed the true face of Kensington.
In her maiden Commons speech, the first ever Labour MP for Kensington paid tribute to those affected by the horrific fire.
“The horror and fear of this man-made...
TWO construction workers were killed when a crane collapsed at a construction site in Crewe, it was revealed yesterday.
Wednesday’s accident happened as the Unite union revealed that safety inspections on building sites were down by 14 per cent due to government cuts.
FAMILIES of the 96 football fans killed in the Hillsborough stadium disaster will hear next Wednesday whether any individuals or organisations are to face criminal charges.
The outcome of two investigations will be announced by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) at a private meeting...
Narrow boats, strikes, trade unions and wartime female skippers will all be remembered and celebrated at this inimitable annual rally, says PETER FROST
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