LABOUR mayors must boldly face up to the problems before them if they are to honour their promises to disabled people, TUC general secretary Frances O’Grady said yesterday.
Opening the trade union centre’s disabled workers’ conference in London, she rallied delegates...
Friday 20th May 2016
posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain
Underpaid cleaners refuse to stymie action in face of employer’s intimidation
Thursday 19th May 2016
TEACHERS have voiced their love for state schools and free education this week by releasing an original song performed by a choir of trade unionists, parents and children.
After the success of last year’s Christmas number one hit Bridge Over You by the NHS Trust Choir, members of...
Hillsborough ‘shows how vital Act is to us’
Wednesday 18th May 2016
POPULAR BBC website pages including its food and recipes service have become the latest victim of the Tories’ “mindless destruction” of the corporation.
Yesterday’s BBC announcement followed last week’s publication of a government white paper on the future...
Top peer warns people would take to the streets over charter
Tuesday 10th May 2016
ACTIVISTS laid flowers outside London’s City Hall yesterday in remembrance of all the women who have died after being turned away from the capital’s disappearing domestic violence refuges.
Members of Sisters Uncut stood outside the office of newly elected London Mayor Sadiq...
WOMEN’S campaigners demanded action yesterday after Sussex Police let a man who admitted uploading revenge porn walk away with a caution.
The man made full admissions to posting online, without consent, two sexual images taken with consent during a relationship, the force...
Protests erupt around Britain against detention
Monday 9th May 2016
LABOUR’S electoral victories continued over the weekend, after the party’s Marvin Rees was elected mayor of Bristol with nearly double the votes of the incumbent mayor.
Jeremy Corbyn rushed to Bristol to celebrate the success of Mr Rees, who was said to be the first person...