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  • Tories U-turn on forced academies


    Resistance of teachers, parents and MPs pays off as Morgan admits no love for key policy

    Saturday 7th May 2016

    posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain

  • Activists demand action on deaths of medics in war


    BRITISH doctors and nurses will stand in solidarity with Syrian health workers today after Aleppo’s last paediatrician was killed by an air strike last week.

    Physicians, human rights campaigners, charity workers and reporters will march to Trafalgar Square with Syrian activists...

    Saturday 7th May 2016

    posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain

  • Strike-supporting MP stands firm


    LABOUR MP Karl Turner hit back against intimidation yesterday after being attacked by Hull College boss Gary Warke for supporting striking staff.

    The Kingston upon Hull East MP and shadow attorney general had recently spoken to University and College Union (UCU) members during their...

    Friday 6th May 2016

    posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain

  • Low sales force closure of New Day after just 9 weeks


    BRITAIN’S youngest newspaper The New Day closes its doors today after just nine weeks’ operation amid journalists’ and readers’ sadness and anger.

    Most of the 25 members of staff are expected to lose their jobs after being hired on temporary contracts, while the...

    Friday 6th May 2016

    posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain

  • Tory council hit by ‘pikey’ racism row


    ‘It’s just banter’ whine caught-out Conservatives

    Thursday 5th May 2016

    posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain

  • Activists condemn ‘shameful’ bid to halt Israel boycotts


    PRO-PALESTINIAN campaigners hit back yesterday after three local authorities were taken to the High Court for boycotting the products of illegal Israeli settlements.

    Leicester City, Swansea City and Gwynedd councils were accused by Jewish Human Rights Watch (JHRW) of anti-semitism for...

    Thursday 5th May 2016

    posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain

  • Crabb ignores fears that universal credit makes poor poorer


    LABOUR accused the government yesterday of having a “warped sense of priorities” after Work and Pensions Secretary Stephen Crabb pushed ahead with his universal credit scheme despite reports that the plans were flawed.

    According to new research by the Resolution Foundation,...

    Wednesday 4th May 2016

    posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain

  • Overworked kids walk out in school strike


    THOUSANDS of children across England went on “school strike” yesterday in protest against a series of “tough” tests imposed on six and seven-year-olds by the Tories.

    The school boycott came after over 40,000 people signed a petition to end the Year 2 Sats,...

    Wednesday 4th May 2016

    posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain

  • Tesco pays out £3,000 to teen after stop and search


    TESCO was forced to pay out £3,000 in compensation to a teenager yesterday after it was accused of carrying out a racially motivated stop and search on the mixed-race boy.

    The star student known as A was stopped by a shopping assistant and taken to the back of a Maida Vale Tesco...

    Wednesday 4th May 2016

    posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain

  • Hotel pays minimum wage to all


    THE giant AccorHotels company announced yesterday that it would apply the government’s so-called living wage to all its staff irrespective of age, but campaigners described the concession as “crumbs from the master’s table.”

    The owner of the Ibis and Novotel...

    Saturday 30th Apr 2016

    posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain


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