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  • Driver-only safety claim blown apart by accident


    ‘Foolproof’ system fails, injuring woman who got her hand stuck in door

    Thursday 12th Jan 2017

    posted by Will Stone in Britain

  • Probation service overstretched


    OVERSTRETCHED probation officers are having to supervise up to 80 offenders at any one time leaving the public at greater risk, a watchdog report published today finds.

    HM Chief Inspector of Probation Dame Glenys Stacey highlighted large caseloads in a report on services in...

    Thursday 12th Jan 2017

    posted by Will Stone in Britain

  • The Minimum Wage Shirkers


    - EXPOSED: Bosses’ poor excuses for failing to pay staff properly - One Claimed Worker was Foreign ‘So didn’t Deserve Min Wage’ - Another Refsued to Pay Out for Employee who ‘Only Made Tea and Swept the Floor’

    Wednesday 11th Jan 2017

    posted by Will Stone in Britain

  • Underpaid cabin crew launch strike


    BRITISH AIRWAYS was forced to cancel around 40 flights from Heathrow yesterday as cabin crew launched a 48-hour strike over “poverty pay.”

    Mixed fleet cabin crew who have joined the airline since 2010 and make up 15 per cent of BA’s stewards have a basic starting...

    Wednesday 11th Jan 2017

    posted by Will Stone in Britain

  • Guardian edits out criticism from director Loach


    KEN LOACH’S trenchant criticism of the Guardian newspaper in a letter defending Jeremy Corbyn was edited out of Tuesday’s published edition, leaving the film-maker bemused.

    Mr Loach’s letter came in response to the paper’s story about focus group research among...

    Thursday 29th Dec 2016

    posted by Will Stone in Britain

  • Bectu confirms it will join Prospect


    BROADCASTING union Bectu will merge with Prospect on New Year’s Day following a decisive vote in favour.

    Bectu confirmed that it would join forces with the engineering and science union on January 1.

    The announcement follows a two-month ballot, which closed at the end of...

    Saturday 24th Dec 2016

    posted by Will Stone in Britain

  • Prison officers reject pay and pensions deal


    PRISON officers “overwhelmingly” rejected a pay and pensions deal yesterday that had been endorsed by union leaders.

    The package included a provision allowing guards to continue retiring at 65 when the state pension age rises to 68.

    But Prison Officers Association...

    Friday 23rd Dec 2016

    posted by Will Stone in Britain

  • Free schools: kids taught in car parks and warehouses


    THOUSANDS of schoolchildren are being educated in old office blocks and warehouses as a third of free schools are still housed in temporary accommodation, Labour revealed yesterday.

    The party said the Tories’ flagship free-school policy was “in chaos,” with 110 not in...

    Friday 23rd Dec 2016

    posted by Will Stone in Britain

  • A Christmas Carol


    A CHRISTMAS CAROL

    Arts Theatre, WC2

    4/5

    RENOWNED English thespian Simon Callow returns to the West End with his one-man-show of A Christmas Carol, a seasonal fave that serves as a stark warning to us all against the...

    Friday 23rd Dec 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Loudon clear music and mirth


    Loudon Wainwright III
    Palladium, London W1/Touring
    4/5

    LOUDON WAINWRIGHT III arrives on stage with only a guitar, a banjo and a creaking microphone stand. “Sounds like me in the mornings,” he jests.

    The...

    Thursday 27th Oct 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Arts


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