Greenpeace protest calls on oil giant to halt reef drilling plans
Tuesday 22nd Aug 2017
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
LONDON Fire Brigade commissioner Dany Cotton revealed yesterday she had received counselling following the Grenfell Tower tragedy.
Ms Cotton told LBC Radio she was still trying to process the “overwhelming sense of responsibility” she felt when firefighters were dealing...
Southern, Northern and Mersey punished for removing guards
Saturday 19th Aug 2017
But organised workers are calling employers’ bluff to win deals, says Unite
GRENFELL survivors have received less than a third of the millions of pounds collected by fundraisers, the Charity Commission said yesterday.
New data showed that almost half of the £19,018,782 raised for those affected by the west London tower block fire has been sent to...
TSSA calls on SNP not to scrap transport police after terrorists threaten attack
Friday 18th Aug 2017
SELLAFIELD bosses are “turning the screw” on fed-up workers by banning meetings at the nuclear processing plant amid looming strike action, the Unite union revealed yesterday.
The union is preparing to ballot its 2,000 members at the site over a “completely...
TWO Syrian refugees who arrived in Britain after a “tortuous two-month journey” celebrated A-level results yesterday as they got the grades to fulfil their dreams of becoming doctors.
Sulaiman Wihba and Elias Baldwin fled their war-torn country and were offered scholarships...
Labour leader among 108 MPs condemning article on the ‘Muslim problem’
Thursday 17th Aug 2017
THERESA MAY came under fire yesterday for failing to cancel Donald Trump’s state visit following his failure to condemn Nazis at Saturday’s deadly march in Charlottesville.
The PM joined condemnation of Mr Trump’s comments on Tuesday in which he partly blamed...