UNITE will present ministers with legal advice today showing “beyond doubt” that the TTIP trade deal seriously threatens the future of the NHS.
The union instructed Michael Bowsher QC to prepare legal advice on the EU-US pact, which is being negotiated in secret.
Tuesday 23rd Feb 2016
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PROPERTY developers refused yesterday to address the concerns of local residents fighting against the demolition of a series of Victorian homes and two historic pubs.
The terraced houses are currently owned by Capital & Counties Properties (Capco), which is managing the...
Butterfields residents booted from sale by security staff
Wednesday 17th Feb 2016
THE leaders of fascist street gang Britain First have been arrested and banned from Luton after staging a “Christian patrol” last month, police confirmed yesterday.
Party leader Paul Golding and deputy Jayda Fransen were taken into custody after “wearing uniform with...
GMB reveals extent of greedy landlords’ hold
Tuesday 16th Feb 2016
Cameron’s ban on councils’ ethical policies comes under fire
SOCIAL tenants will picket a property auction today as their estate is put up for sale.
Residents of the Butterfields estate in Walthamstow, London, will be marching on the Marriott Hotel in Grosevenor Square to protest against the sale of their homes.
The 64 homes were owned...
LEADERLESS far-right extremists are turning to “increased violence” and targeting Muslims on British streets, a report on fascist activity revealed yesterday.
The collapse of the briefly electorally successful British National Party (BNP) has left behind a myriad of...
Tuesday 9th Feb 2016
WOMEN’S rights groups and health workers are joining up today to demand an end to the criminalisation of abortion in Britain.
Women terminating their own pregnancies can still be sent to prison for life under laws created before women could even vote.
LABOUR MPs called on the government to address “gender pricing” once and for all in yesterday’s parliamentary debate on high street stores charging twice as much for products aimed at women.
Dewsbury MP Paula Sherriff condemned the practice of making women pay up to...
Wednesday 3rd Feb 2016