MORE than 1,000 British Airways (BA) cabin crew are to strike for two weeks from July 1 over allegations of blacklisting, their union Unite announced yesterday.
Unite is already involved in a long-running pay dispute with BA after the company reneged on a pay agreement involving cabin...
Saturday 17th Jun 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
South Thanet candidate and two others will be in court next month for alleged fiddling of campaign expenses in 2015
Saturday 3rd Jun 2017
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
PM refuses to add voice to outcry over ‘reckless’ climate snub
RAIL workers’ leaders called yesterday for an urgent summit with industry bosses, government ministers, police and unions over an increased risk of terror attacks if guards are removed from trains.
The appeal follows the Manchester Arena suicide bomb attack, in which rail staff...
CAMPAIGNERS will target Britain’s biggest arms manufacturer today over its sale of weapons to Saudi Arabia.
BAE Systems, which makes fighter aircraft, warships and nuclear missile submarines, is supplying Saudi Arabia with combat aircraft being used in Saudi’s ongoing...
THERESA MAY slunk into South Yorkshire yesterday to hold a secret media photo-call in the back garden of a Tory councillor’s home in Doncaster.
She arrived in the former mining and steel town for publicity stunts in secret for fear of protests.
The visit was kept under...
Admin workers stepping in to care for pupils amid shortages
Friday 2nd Jun 2017
WORKERS at a jobcentre in one of the most deprived areas in Sheffield walked out today in protest against its closure.
The government’s attack on public services and jobs has targeted the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) Eastern Avenue jobcentre which provides vital...
THE Bank of England was accused of being “arrogant and out of touch” with normal workers yesterday as some of its staff started voting on strike action in a dispute over pay.
Union Unite criticised the central bank after it imposed a “derisory” 1 per cent...
Junior doctors’ fightback causes striking rise
Wednesday 31st May 2017