Southern owners Keolis given Manchester franchise
Thursday 19th Jan 2017
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
BOSSES at Britain’s largest food company have blamed Brexit for hundreds of jobs being threatened at a Midlands pizza factory.
The Nottingham factory plans to lay off 280 staff from the end of the month — and the remaining workforce fear their terms and conditions will be...
CONRAD LANDIN recommends a journalist’s account of reporting on the ‘war’ between government and educators for three decades
Monday 16th Jan 2017
posted by Morning Star in Arts
Tony Harrison’s The Trackers of Oxyrhynchus is as much about class as the classics, says CONRAD LANDIN, but that
vital point is obscured in a misguided production
Wednesday 11th Jan 2017
The Morning Star’s industrial reporter Conrad Landin speaks to Aslef district organiser Graham Morris
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Items being sold off for fraction of list value
Monday 9th Jan 2017
DOZENS of Tube stations will not open today after rail unions rejected a revised offer on staffing levels.
The unions have accused London Underground of axing over 800 jobs in its Fit for the Future programme, under which every ticket office on the Tube network was closed.
BRITISH AIRWAYS will “merge” flights during a 48-hour strike of cabin crew, bosses said yesterday.
The flag-carrier said some passengers are being told to fly earlier or later in the day. Stewards in BA’s “mixed fleet” are striking next Tuesday and...
Saturday 7th Jan 2017
BOSSES have collectively paid penalties totalling more than £1.4 million, with hundreds of firms having failed to pay the minimum wage since 2013, it emerged yesterday.
The fines, levied since the government started naming and shaming such firms in October 2013, are in addition...
Aslef members on Southern cut walkout to three days
Thursday 5th Jan 2017