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  • Greens to visit Calais migrants


    GREEN PARTY deputy leaders are to visit a migrant camp in Calais, northern France, today to hear refugees’ stories to counter the drumbeat of hatred pounded out by the government and media.

    Dr Shahrar Ali and Amelia Womack will speak to desperate people fleeing nightmare...

    Wednesday 12th Aug 2015

    posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain

  • Vigil as BBC cuts Asian arm


    ANGRY radio staff at the BBC’s Asian network are planning to hold a silent 24-hour protest from noon today over the broadcaster’s decision to cut and shift jobs out of the West Midlands.

    One of the station’s two editor roles will be axed and the popular award-winning...

    Wednesday 12th Aug 2015

    posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain

  • National Gallery staff begin indefinite strike action


    Workers fighting privatisation of their jobs walk out today after 50 strikes

    Tuesday 11th Aug 2015

    posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain

  • Network Rail faces fine for missing on-time targets


    NETWORK RAIL (NR) faces being slapped with a £2 million fine — that would be funded by the taxpayer — for delays and poor performance, a regulator revealed yesterday.

    The publicly owned body breached its licence after missing punctuality targets over the past year,...

    Tuesday 11th Aug 2015

    posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain

  • ‘Shocking’ data breaches soar


    SENSITIVE personal information — including the details of hundreds of children — has been compromised by councils amid thousands of “deeply disturbing” data breaches, new research revealed today shows.

    Local authorities recorded 4,236 data breaches in three...

    Tuesday 11th Aug 2015

    posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain

  • Tube bosses return to talks with unions on night rotas


    TALKS between unions and London Underground (LU) resumed yesterday in a bid to resolve disputes over “rosters from hell” for staff on the proposed 24-hour weekend services.

    The leaders of rail unions RMT, Unite, TSSA and Aslef met with LU managers and handed them a...

    Tuesday 11th Aug 2015

    posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain

  • Advice centre closures hit victims of bedroom tax


    THE FIGHT against the bedroom tax at the Court of Appeal is “very encouraging,” a grassroots campaigner said yesterday, but advice centre closures mean that not everyone is receiving the same help.

    Two cases challenging the tax, which specifically targets the poorest social...

    Thursday 23rd Jul 2015

    posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain

  • People’s Assembly rises on a sea of local activity


    THERE has been an explosion of local People’s Assembly groups amid the raging battle against the Tories’ rapid-fire onslaught on the social fabric of society, the anti-cuts campaign revealed yesterday.

    Thirty-two new groups have been formed — from the Orkney Islands...

    Thursday 23rd Jul 2015

    posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain

  • PSC Hits Back as Kendall Slams Palestine Vote


    Labour leader candidate declares party was wrong to recognise Palestinian state

    Wednesday 22nd Jul 2015

    posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain

  • Lords vote threatens Tories’ right-to-buy extension to HAs


    THE Tories’ pledge to extend the right to buy to housing association tenants could be scuppered by the House of Lords, in a move praised yesterday by social landlords.

    Government plans to offer sizeable discounts to housing association tenants — to coax them into taking out...

    Wednesday 22nd Jul 2015

    posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain


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