CASH-STRAPPED councils warned yesterday that government funding deficits would impose “financial pressure” to pay staff the new £7.20 an hour “living wage.”
Local authorities said they would need a combined £1 billion increase over the next 10 years...
Monday 13th Jul 2015
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POLICE struggled to process a disabled man they arrested at the Budget demonstration due to problems with access and toilet facilities at their police station.
Disabled People Against Cuts (DPac) spokesman and wheelchair user Andy Greene was arrested outside the House of Commons on...
Friday 10th Jul 2015
Green benches chock full of property tycoons
Thursday 9th Jul 2015
A SEVERELY disabled boy’s family won an “incredible” landmark battle against the government in the Supreme Court yesterday after his disability benefit was docked while he suffered in hospital.
Craig Mathieson, whose son Cameron died in October 2012 aged five,...
Renationalise gas and electricity, say activists
Wednesday 8th Jul 2015
UNIONS condemned the Chancellor’s plans to allow superstores to extend Sunday opening hours yesterday, warning that more work would encroach on workers’ family lives and free time.
In his “emergency” Budget today, George Osborne will outline proposals to be...
TONY BLAIR dared to show his face at the July 7 memorial service yesterday, after insisting that the Iraq war was not a major catalyst for terror attacks.
The warmonger and former Labour prime minister attended with his barrister wife Cherie to commemorate the deaths of 52 people in...
Firefighters warn Johnson’s axe stretches 7/7 capacity
Tuesday 7th Jul 2015
100,000 more people struggle with mobility after existing cuts
Britain’s biggest union endorses Labour’s only left-wing candidate
Monday 6th Jul 2015