ANAS SARWAR has criticised his opponents for shining the spotlight on a family business that employs workers on poverty pay.
The defeated centrist candidate for the Scottish Labour leadership said it was “unfortunate” that some Scottish Labour activists had attempted to...
Monday 20th Nov 2017
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March heads for Holyrood as work-in goes on
Friday 17th Nov 2017
PRIVATE speculators are “destroying” Royal Mail through their attempts to trouser maximum profits, posties said yesterday.
The privatised postal company reported that its pre-tax profits tumbled 30 per cent to £77 million, down from £110m last year.
Tube workers battle for jobs as thefts and bad behaviour soars
Friday 10th Nov 2017
But RMT warns agreement ‘institutionalises discrimination’
Thursday 9th Nov 2017
STEPHANIE BEACHAM is the face of a new campaign slating the government for paying lip service to public servants while slashing their pay.
The Dynasty actor stars in a tongue-in-cheek video produced by public-sector union Unison.
In the film, Ms Beacham plays a spokeswoman for...
STRIKING guards yesterday accused the Prime Minister of imposing a “blockade” on talks to resolve a series of strikes over driver-only trains.
On-board staff on Southern, South Western Railway and Greater Anglia will down tools for the second day of their latest stint of...
BRIGHTON City Council is facing a lawsuit over its decision to grant Uber a “blank cheque” to continue operating.
The cab-hailing app’s licence to operate in the East Sussex...
Friday 3rd Nov 2017
Passenger's safety was only secured by the presence of a guard, union says as driver-only operation fight continues
Shadow business secretary warns the country must invest to overcome serious shortcomings
Thursday 2nd Nov 2017