PROTESTERS blocked the entrance to the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) yesterday, accusing the watchdog of whitewashing energy companies’ overcharging of customers to the tune of £1.7 billion.
The CMA called its probe “the most comprehensive investigation into...
Saturday 25th Jun 2016
posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain
LGBT workers held a heated debate yesterday over the Morning Star’s publication of two articles they said were critical of transsexual people.
Delegates at the TUC’s LGBT conference “called out” the paper for two pieces published last month, both finding fault...
Delegates hold silence and call for normalising of LGBT love
Friday 24th Jun 2016
BRITAIN may have the highest number of LGBT MPs in the world but much is still to be done to reach true representation, trade unionists said yesterday.
Delegates at this year’s Trades Union Congress (TUC) LGBT conference called for action on the quotas of gay, lesbian, bi or...
Supporters gather on what would’ve been MP’s 42nd birthday
Thursday 23rd Jun 2016
Comrades stage solidarity protest in Dundee
ETHIOPIAN authorities have fooled Britain’s Foreign Office again and again in the case of opposition leader Andy Tsege, human rights charity Reprieve warned yesterday.
Newly released documents show that Ethiopian officials have done everything possible to frustrate attempts by...
Prefect blames ‘security concerns’ in statement
Friday 17th Jun 2016
A MAN who died after being Tasered by the police was identified yesterday as a former soldier suffering with mental health problems.
Spencer Beynon died on Tuesday after eyewitnesses reported seeing someone armed with a knife looking “totally out of it” on a street in...
Thursday 16th Jun 2016
LABOUR shadow chancellor John McDonnell will join celebrities and campaigners at the largest Calais refugee solidarity event of the year, organisers announced yesterday.
Mr McDonnell will speak at the Convoy to Calais rally in London on Friday, alongside journalist Gary Younge, actor...
Wednesday 15th Jun 2016