Ministers told to give social sector the support it needs after Grenfell disaster
Saturday 30th Sep 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
by Felicity Collier
THE government is once again washing its hands of responsibility for ending the blacklisting of workers, Unite warned yesterday.
Despite MPs calling for blacklisting firms to be banned from public-sector contracts, the government is still refusing...
by Felicity Collier
MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY censored a speech by a Holocaust survivor after Israeli officials decided it was “anti-semitic hate speech,” freedom of information requests have revealed.
Marika Sherwood, a Jewish survivor of the Budapest ghetto,...
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Friday 29th Sep 2017
Residents ‘have lost confidence’ in body
A CHRONIC shortage of staff and beds are leaving already stretched mental health services at crisis point, medical experts warned yesterday.
The Royal College of Psychiatrists said a reduction in both community mental health services and beds...
LECTURERS expressed concern yesterday about the lack of support for young men in schools after it emerged that the gender gap among students in higher education has reached a record high.
Around 55 per cent of women aged 17-30 were in higher...
OUTSOURCED workers at the University of London have had to fight for years just to keep their jobs, a union leader told fellow strikers yesterday.
Independent Workers Union of Great Britain (IWGB) president Henry Chango Lopez made a speech as a...
Thursday 28th Sep 2017
THE government’s dodgy plans for free childcare hours could set back social mobility, the Sutton Trust warned yesterday.
From this month, parents of three and four-year-olds who are in work will be given 30 hours of free childcare per week,...
DISABLED people are being “shut out of the jobs market” due to the discrimination they face when applying for work, equality charity Scope has warned.
New research by the charity showed that more than a third felt that employers were...