SUMMER rain threatened to dampen the turnout as EU refe-rain-dum finally took place after months of political wrangling, experts suggested yesterday.
Politicians left and right tried to make a last-minute splash as they posed outside polling booths, Theresa May making a late surge with...
Friday 24th Jun 2016
posted by Luke James in Britain
DONALD TRUMP has become accustomed to being greeted by large crowds following his unlikely success in the US presidential campaign.
But the billionaire Republican candidate won’t find the same fanatical support he has received during his divisive campaign when his private jet...
THE number of adults going to college in England has plummeted for the third consecutive year as a result of further education funding cuts, the government’s own figures revealed yesterday.
There were 315,900 fewer people aged over 19 taking courses in 2014-15 compared with the...
Skinner backs exit to save Britain from EU capitalists’ clutches
Friday 10th Jun 2016
Lib Dem does six-hour job for tax haven boss
Long-serving employee of Tory donors is pushed out after reporting efforts to undermine minimum wage – and another union rep’s job is also threatened
Thursday 9th Jun 2016
‘We’re not fighting the same fight on EU’
Labour defends Corbyn’s refusal to share platform
Wednesday 8th Jun 2016
LABOUR has secured a “historic” commitment from the government to protect trade unions from new spying powers and prevent a repeat of the blacklisting scandal.
Solicitor General Robert Buckland announced on Monday evening that the government had accepted four Labour...
JEREMY CORBYN warned yesterday that workers’ rights will “suffer” if Britain leaves the EU as he launched a final push to persuade Labour supporters to vote Remain.
The Labour leader launched a new poster claiming employment protections would be torn up if Britain...