EMPLOYMENT tribunal fees are having a “chilling effect” on access to justice, Britain’s highest court was told yesterday.
Unison is appealing after three court hearings rejected the public-sector union’s arguments that fees of up to £1,200 are...
Tuesday 28th Mar 2017
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Shadow chancellor: Corbyn was set up over EU
Monday 27th Mar 2017
ORGANISERS of Momentum’s first national conference will undoubtedly see the event as a success.
The left organisation, born out of Jeremy Corbyn’s first leadership campaign, is only just emerging from a bitter internal faction fight.
Activists from some established...
RBS announces closure of 158 branches
Friday 24th Mar 2017
MINISTERS should intervene and cap gas and electricity prices, union reps demanded yesterday as a new study shows that bills have soared by up to a third.
Before it ceased trading last November, GB Energy’s gas bills rose by 26 per cent, while its electricity bills rose by 32 per...
Members vote overwhelmingly for ‘historic’ teachers’ union merger
Thursday 23rd Mar 2017
TUBE STAFF could escalate industrial action after bosses upheld the dismissal of a worker allegedly assaulted by a fare dodger, rail union RMT said yesterday.
The worker intervened to stop a “violent” passenger from assaulting colleagues, the union said. Two other workers...
Whistleblower reveals spying on journalists and campaigners
Wednesday 22nd Mar 2017
‘Intelligent’ trains scheme ‘hammers safety’
But conductors’ union RMT says offer will still slash guards
Friday 17th Mar 2017