A STUDY for the GMB union provides a valuable upto date assessment of how much unpaid overtime is put in by Britain’s public-sector employees.
Nearly two million staff work an extra eight hours a week on average and receive no payment in return, gifting the rest of us £11...
Tuesday 25th Jul 2017
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
JEREMY CORBYN kickstarted his summer campaign blitz immediately after Parliament went into recess yesterday with an appearance in the Midlands.
This comes after PM Theresa May told her MPs earlier this week to take a “proper break” after splits within the party were...
Friday 21st Jul 2017
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
DPAC explains why its activists are in the streets reminding politicians of their existence
Wednesday 19th Jul 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
LABOUR accused the Tories yesterday of failing to tackle racism in public services after the government delayed the publication of an “explosive” report into the issue.
Friday 14th Jul 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
SHADOW justice secretary Richard Burgon warned of a crisis in the prison system yesterday as he accused the Tories of giving up on “meaningful reform.”
Mr Burgon was responding to the release of the Prison and Probation Ombudsman’s annual report which criticised the...
Were the Tories ever to attempt to ape Momentum, it would be a complete (and hilarious) disaster, says NATHAN AKEHURST
MINISTERS are considering axing plans for hundreds of free schools as they try to plug a gap in the education budget, it was revealed yesterday.
The government is struggling to keep a Tory general election manifesto pledge to increase the education budget by £4 billion, forcing...
Wednesday 12th Jul 2017
Former chief whip plays down attack on PM
Monday 10th Jul 2017
ONE of the first people born under the NHS marked its 69th birthday yesterday by calling on the public to protect Aneurin Bevan’s legacy and to scrap the public-sector pay cap.
Aneira Thomas was born at 12.01am on July 5 1948, the day the NHS came in to being, and was named after...
Thursday 6th Jul 2017
LABOUR accused the government yesterday of “trying to cover up” plans to slash millions of pounds from NHS funding.
Leaked documents have laid bare the secret scheme that will see NHS budgets decimated, wards closed, services cut, treatments abolished and waiting times...
Monday 3rd Jul 2017
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain