LABOUR joined public-sector union Unison yesterday to reject Home Secretary Amber Rudd’s “dangerous” plans to slash all 150 police community support officers (PCSOs) in Norfolk.
Unison general secretary Dave Prentis wrote a letter to her, warning that the Norfolk...
Saturday 21st Oct 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
LGBT charity Stonewall condemned a BBC local radio station yesterday for asking its listeners whether so-called gay “conversion therapy” is acceptable.
BBC Radio Kent asked its followers on Twitter whether the practice, which can involve using hypnosis and electric shocks...
TRAIN drivers on Britain’s most chaotic railway are set to vote on a new deal to end their long-running dispute over driver-only trains.
Negotiators from drivers’ union Aslef will recommend that its members on Southern Rail accept a deal guaranteeing a second member of...
Friday 20th Oct 2017
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
Shelter demands 1 million affordable homes be built to save families from exorbitant rents. By Felicity Collier
Hundreds march to Mount Pleasant to tell Royal Mail bosses the battle is on
Corbyn calls on Socialists Together to ditch neoliberalism
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
Johnson says no-platforming could be banned
INVESTIGATIONS are under way over claims that British banks could be linked to a major corruption scandal involving the politically powerful Gupta family in South Africa.
Former cabinet minister Peter Hain raised concerns with Chancellor Philip Hammond that banks including HSBC and...
BUS drivers in the capital appealed yesterday for greater protection in the run-up to Bonfire Night following a spate of attacks on board with two involving firework, writes Peter Lazenby.
The drivers’ union Unite said a group of six teenagers fired a firework onto the 390 route...
COSTS of childcare have risen up to seven times faster than wages since the financial crash, new figures reveal.
On average, parents of one-year-olds in England have seen nursery fees increase more than four times faster than their incomes since 2008, analysis by the TUC shows.