TRADE unions and students will launch a joint campaign today to fight against the government’s erosion of workers’ rights and its attack on education over the coming year.
TUC general secretary Frances O’Grady and new National Union of Students (NUS) president Megan...
Tuesday 25th Aug 2015
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Reading man asks Cameron to bring him home from Gulf two years after ‘stitch-up’ Arabic cocaine admission
Monday 24th Aug 2015
Devolved nations’ ministers unite in protest
Financial advisers expect massive changes
‘He doesn’t understand what it’s like to be poor’
Saturday 22nd Aug 2015
THE Glasgow bin lorry driver whose vehicle killed six people after he fell unconscious at the wheel was asked at an inquiry yesterday to imagine his daughter as a victim.
Harry Clarke, who has a history of dizziness and fainting, refused to answer most questions, as was his legal...
THE SNP called yesterday for the full devolution of workers’ rights and employment law to Holyrood after a damning report into bosses’ “cruel” practices was published.
Low incomes and poor working conditions have increased the number of cases seen by Citizens...
Officials tour camp to convince migrants Britain is not great
Friday 21st Aug 2015
Almost half rejected prospect of uncertain schedule and pay
THE average 16-year-old who collected their GCSE results yesterday expects to earn a bumper salary of £89,000 a year, a survey has found.
It suggests that students may have an unrealistic idea of working life, given that the average salary currently stands at £26,500.