STUDENT rent-strikers were ambushed on the eve of their latest talks with university management and fined £25,000, campaigners revealed yesterday.
Over 1,000 University College London (UCL) students are refusing to pay extortionate rents for the school’s disgusting halls of...
Wednesday 15th Jun 2016
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Activists express their anger at media framing of Orlando shooting as part of conflict with Isis
Tuesday 14th Jun 2016
EXPERTS attacked an anti-EU migration observatory for making “sweeping” predictions yesterday after it claimed that 250,000 people a year would move to Britain over the next 20 years.
According to a report by Migration Watch, if Britain votes to remain in the European...
Zero-hours blight just the tip of the iceberg
Monday 13th Jun 2016
YOUNG people have half of their pay packet swallowed up by rent, with twenty-something Londoners paying even more for housing, a new report reveals today.
According to research by estate agent Countrywide, single working people aged 22 to 29 renting one-bedroom homes spend around 48...
INFAMOUS EU-US trade deal TTIP could lead to a new financial crisis and fresh taxpayer bailouts if signed, anti-poverty campaigners warned yesterday.
An alliance of industrial giants, including British American Business and the Institute of International Bankers, is pushing for...
Saturday 11th Jun 2016
RESOLUTE anti-nuclear campaigners entered their fourth day of protest yesterday at Britain’s controversial nuclear weapons factory AWE Burghfield.
Construction workers and their vehicles have been barred from accessing Burghfield after dozens of campaigners decided to respond to...
Friday 10th Jun 2016
Report reveals doctor refused to treat patient without chaperone
Thursday 9th Jun 2016
MENTAL health patients are more prone to “poorer” experiences during hospital stays, a new NHS poll warned yesterday.
According to a survey of more than 83,000 inpatients, doctors are less likely to involve those with mental health issues or learning disabilities in...
PICKETING City cleaners vowed to go on hunger strike and “fight to the ultimate consequences” yesterday if their calls for a living wage and sackings to stop go unheeded.
Cleaners contracted to work at the building that plays host to financial mammoth JP Morgan’s HQ...