COUNCIL houses must be built at “post-war-period levels” in order to end the desperate shortage and slash high prices, the TUC Congress said yesterday.
A motion passed unanimously at the labour movement’s annual gathering called for an “end to the privatisation...
Monday 11th Sep 2017
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Core participants have accused Met of stalling faltering probe
Thursday 7th Sep 2017
LABOUR leftwingers have welcomed a boost after the party’s youth section voted to back rule changes boosting democracy.
Young Labour, which is understood to carry a bloc vote of around 80,000 at the party’s conference later this month, will support the so-called McDonnell...
BRITAIN’S postal network could face a shutdown after workers served notice on Royal Mail for a strike ballot yesterday.
Posties’ union CWU said it had been left with no option but to act over the company’s “shattered promises” on pensions, terms and...
Umunna presents evidence of blacklisting at major building site
Wednesday 6th Sep 2017
ALMOST five times more students are seeking counselling from their university compared to 10 years ago, research revealed yesterday.
Some 15,395 first-year students disclosed a mental health condition in 2015-16, according to the study by the IPPR think tank. This figure amounts to 2...
Tuesday 5th Sep 2017
Teachers' union joint president Louise Regan looks to new ways of organising
Monday 4th Sep 2017
A McDONALD’S boss “laughed in the face” and cut the hours of a worker who told him she had experienced domestic violence, striking staff at the chain’s Crayford restaurant said today.In an interview with the Star, Bakers, Food and Allied Workers Union...
Labour's John McDonnell hails workers demanding proper pay and contracts as "an inspiration"
A BOTCHED sell-off of Britain’s probation service has put the public in danger, rehabilitation workers said yesterday after the publication of a damning new report.
Inspectors found staff assigned to manage low and medium-risk individuals in Gloucestershire were making...
Friday 1st Sep 2017