DAVID CAMERON cynically offered a “guarantee” of workers’ rights yesterday if Britain stays in the European Union — just weeks after hitting trade unions with fresh restrictions.
The Tory Prime Minister twice used a speech during a cross-party Remain campaign...
Tuesday 7th Jun 2016
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MORE pensioners freeze to death in Britain every winter than in Scandinavian countries because of Tory inaction, a Labour MP said last night.
Dan Jarvis staged a Commons debate on the “unacceptable” annual rise in the number of older and vulnerable people who perish during...
Hundreds stand up for the future of the NHS
Monday 6th Jun 2016
GMB leader says EU protects workers’ rights
JEREMY CORBYN vowed yesterday that a Labour government would exercise Britain’s veto over the secretive TTIP trade deal — and challenged David Cameron to do the same.
In a major speech on the EU referendum, the Labour leader argued that the future of workers’ rights...
Friday 3rd Jun 2016
THE Tories have failed to make the case for the renewal of Trident, shadow defence secretary Emily Thornberry said yesterday before a once-in-a-generation vote on Britain’s nuclear weapons.
The government is fully signed-up to the replacement of four nuclear submarines despite...
THE referendum on Britain’s membership of the EU will be an “era-defining moment” for workers’ rights in Britain, Jeremy Corbyn will say today.
The Labour leader, who has previously been a fierce critic of EU austerity policies, is planning to highlight new...
Thursday 2nd Jun 2016
Labour ‘will put positive case’ for remaining in EU
Tuesday 31st May 2016
Samworth director avoided increase in wages
Friday 27th May 2016
THE government made history yesterday as the first to accept a motion of “regret” to its own Queen’s Speech in a humiliating climbdown over TTIP.
David Cameron reluctantly accepted a cross-party amendment to his programme for government which called for the exemption...