Bosses exploit imported workers on poverty pay at energy plants in Yorkshire and Kent
Thursday 13th Apr 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
THREE construction firms will appear in court today over the death of a worker and injury to two others on London’s Crossrail project.
Rene Tkacik died on March 7 2014, after being crushed by falling concrete while working on the rail project’s Fisher Street tunnel.
Wednesday 12th Apr 2017
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
THE cost of living is leaping ahead of income for ordinary working people, inflation figures published yesterday reveal.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said the inflation rate was 2.3 per cent in March, unchanged from February.
But food and clothing prices leapt and...
ALMOST 1,000 adult social care staff quit their jobs every day in England last year, Skills for Care reported yesterday.
Data gathered by the charity revealed that 338,520 social care workers out of a workforce of 1.3 million quit in 2015-2016, the equivalent to 928 carers a day.
Nearly £10,000 raised for 17-year-old victim
Tuesday 4th Apr 2017
by Peter Lazenby, Northern Reporter
BRITAIN’S national parks could soon be blighted by fracking sites because the government has left a loophole in new regulations, according to campaigners.
Activists opposed to the environmentally damaging drilling process say that...
Family who fled Pakistan have benefits held
Saturday 1st Apr 2017
Activists across Britain target our cruel benefits system
Friday 31st Mar 2017
A BLOATED buy-to-let property tycoon refused to apologise yesterday following outcry over his bigoted decision not to rent homes to “coloureds” because they left his property “smelling of curry.”
Fergus Wilson now says he would allow “negroes” to...
Thursday 30th Mar 2017
Property hoarder moans about ‘curry smell’
Wednesday 29th Mar 2017