From total public investment on housing of over £44bn between now and 2020, only about £2bn will go on social-rented homes — £6.4bn will go to Starter Homes and shared-ownership homes, warns GLYN ROBBINS
Thursday 19th Jan 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
IAN LAVERY MP explains why Workplace 2020 is vital in ensuring union and workers’ rights in the coming years
LABOUR has launched a new website to show how out of touch the Tories are over the growing NHS crisis.
Smallnumberofincidents.com went live on Monday night, giving health workers and the public the opportunity...
Wednesday 18th Jan 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
New franchise agreements pledge state support for bosses
Friday 13th Jan 2017
A SPEECH given by Tory Home Secretary Amber Rudd has been logged as a “hate incident,” police confirmed yesterday.
Ms Rudd used her conference address to “set out a number of possible measures to reduce immigration, including new restrictions on recruiting overseas...
posted by Paddy McGuffin in Britain
A nasty mix of neoliberalism and the Tories’ austerity policies are having appalling effects on our children’s health and welfare, writes RICHARD HOUSE
Tuesday 10th Jan 2017
PETER LAZENBY reports on the pioneering work Unite Community is carrying out in the north-east
Monday 9th Jan 2017
DAVID CAMERON’S “big society” was a bid to dissociate the Conservative Party with the toxic legacy of Thatcher, whose “no such thing as society” mantra was too brutal for his preferred public image.
“There is such a thing as society, it’s just...
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
Anonymity of whistleblowers threatened
Friday 6th Jan 2017
UNIONS are considering strike action over a £660 million “Treasury-led raid” on the pensions of over 16,000 nuclear industry workers.
GMB, Unite, Prospect and Aslef announced yesterday that their representatives will meet next Monday to discuss a response to plans to...
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain