Unions, Labour and the left vow to fight for a deal that delivers for the working class
Wednesday 29th Mar 2017
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
Union leaders reveal wide-scale exploitation of low-paid agency workers
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
Scotland braces for another divisive independence campaign
Property hoarder moans about ‘curry smell’
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
by Felicity Collier
LABOUR named its candidate in the Gorton by-election yesterday as Afzal Khan.
Mr Khan is currently a North West MEP, was elected to Manchester City Council in 2000 and became the first Asian lord mayor of the city.
He will contest the...
posted by Morning Star in Britain
NHS unions attacked the announcement of a belowinflation 1 per cent pay award as a “bitter blow” for health workers yesterday.
The government said that it had accepted the NHS Pay Review Body recommendation of a 1 per cent pay rise for health workers including nurses,...
LABOUR blasted plans to cut prescriptions as “a direct result of Theresa May’s underfunding of the NHS” yesterday.
Major cost-cutting proposals mean that travel vaccinations, gluten-free foods and omega-3 supplements may no longer be available on the NHS.
PROSECUTORS said they were “considering options” yesterday after a cricket club disputed evidence that helped an abusive husband avoid a jail term for beating his wife.
Manchester Crown Court gave local cricketer Mustafa Bashir a suspended sentence, ordered him to attend a...
by Felicity Collier
POLICE officers expressed “derision” yesterday towards government plans to open up senior roles to civilians.
The Police Federation said that the Home Office launched a consultation last week “which could see business leaders, army...
FORMER London mayor Ken Livingstone will appear before Labour’s national constitutional committee (NCC) tomorrow to defend himself against charges of anti-semitism.
Mr Livingstone was suspended from Labour in April last year following comments on the BBC when he said that Hitler...