FIREFIGHTERS across Britain are holding a minute’s silence tomorrow in honour of emergency service workers in Beirut and those who were killed by t
SOCIAL housing could “face extinction” under the government’s sweeping reforms to the planning system, a charity warned today.
STUDENT campaigners claimed victory today after two universities pulled out of an exchange programme with a university on illegally occupied Palest
LEN McCLUSKEY accused British Airways of “industrial thuggery” today over its plans to fire and rehire 30,000 staff and sack a further 12,000.
THE government’s plans to scrap planning permission for houses and hospitals will “slow down” the construction of affordable homes, Shelter warned
NIGEL FARAGE’S attack on an Afrikan Emancipation Day march in Brixton was dismissed today by organisers as “racist nonsense and deceitful propagand
OUTSOURCED staff at the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) have voted in favour of trade union recognition despite a “sustained campaign of union-busting,”
MORE than one in 10 prisoners released during the coronavirus lockdown were let out without accommodation to go to, according to government figures
AN ESCALATION in violent evictions of refugee camps in Calais are driving record numbers of perilous channel crossings, campaigners have warned.
GRANTING asylum-seekers the right to work could generate almost £100 million a year for the government and fill huge shortages in key worker roles,