London council rejects Tories’ ‘slash, trash and privatise’ plans
Thursday 19th Jan 2017
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
A SUPREME Court decision was hailed as a “significant cultural change” yesterday after it ruled that bus drivers must demand passengers make space for wheelchair users.
Doug Paulley brought a claim of discrimination against transport company FirstGroup in 2012 after a...
Couple win right to sue ex-foreign secretary
Wednesday 18th Jan 2017
CHILDREN’S author and poet Michael Rosen has given his backing to a campaign to stop “social cleansing” in a north London borough.
Tenants and residents lobbied Haringey Council last night over its plans to sell off council land and property in a “£2...
Wealth of Health Secretary rises as underfunding blights NHS
Tuesday 17th Jan 2017
UNISON warned against a bid to use parents as a scab army to undermine a strike by school support staff as the five-day walkout over pay began yesterday.
The union said workers in Derby, including teaching assistants, midday supervisors and administration staff, are set to lose...
Tories’ latest policy ‘will fail without serious cash injection,’ experts warn
Tuesday 10th Jan 2017
TURKISH officials may have influenced police investigations into allegations of fundraising for supposed terrorist groups, a Kurdish solidarity organisation said yesterday.
Edinburgh counter-terrorism police have confirmed that they are investigating a number of individuals over claims...
PROTESTERS will gather at the Department of Health on Thursday calling for NHS crisis-denier Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt to quit.
The emergency rally, announced jointly by the People’s Assembly, the Junior Doctors Alliance and Health Campaigns Together yesterday, comes after the...
Tory aide Strizzolo forced to quit as astonishing video captures ‘hit list’ chat
Monday 9th Jan 2017