A HEADTEACHER faced criticism yesterday after he suggested that teaching assistants could be replaced by robots.
At the annual gathering of the exclusive Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’ Conference (HMC) in Belfast, Mark Steed predicted that the use of robots in the...
Thursday 5th Oct 2017
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Dennis Skinner and Jeremy Corbyn among labour movement leaders paying tribute to a 'first class trade union leader'
Tuesday 3rd Oct 2017
Theresa May has been accused of “sabotaging” talks that had raised hopes of an end to a major dispute on Britain’s railways — as guards strike on four major networks today.
Workers on Southern, Greater Anglia, Northern and Merseyrail are taking industrial action...
Government urged to find new employment for 2,100 after airline goes bust
A train guard won praise yesterday for defusing a “potentially dangerous” incident on a train — but his union fears he could face the sack.
Passengers on a packed commuter train near London’s Waterloo station looked on aghast as a religious bigot performed a...
RMT opens new front in the fight against unsafe transport
Wednesday 13th Sep 2017
Unions call for sprinkler systems in all schools
Tuesday 12th Sep 2017
WORKERS at hundreds of postal depots held rallies in support of strike action yesterday, vowing to fight for the future of Royal Mail.
Post bosses are facing anger from workers over cuts to pensions and benefits. The Communication Workers Union (CWU) says bosses have “broken...
Unions vow to take on Tory misers and win
Monday 11th Sep 2017
STAYING in the European single market could be the best way for Britain to avoid a “kamikaze Brexit,” Frances O’Grady said yesterday.
The TUC general secretary said that “all options” should be “on the table,” but remaining in...