Mothers warn that ministers are pushing to weaken protection for vulnerable children and allow security firms to take over care
Tuesday 6th Dec 2016
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
SUPREME COURT judges were urged by the government yesterday to overturn a ruling that the Prime Minister cannot begin the process of taking Britain out of the EU without MPs’ approval.
Ministers are seeking to overturn last month’s decision by three High Court judges...
Rail union to protest at unveiling of Network Rail privatisation
posted by Morning Star in Britain
A CULTURAL cohesion review commissioned by the Tory government claimed yesterday that the pace and scale of immigration has made social integration and equality among Muslims worse.
Dame Louise Casey — who was brought in by former prime minister David Cameron to report on social...
Campaigners added to list of terror groups along with Isis
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
TRADE unionists, MPs and academics have thrown their weight behind a petition demanding the government suspend military and economic co-operation with Turkey ahead of a major national demonstration.
The petition was launched by the Peace in Kurdistan campaign at the weekend and will be...
THE Home Office has rejected a human rights appeal to allow a nurse from Zambia to stay in Britain, it was revealed
But campaigners for Dianne Ngoza, who has lived in Britain for 14 years, have vowed to continue the fight against her deportation.
Ms Ngoza is...
CONSTRUCTION workers’ leaders have slammed government plans to up the speed limit while driving through motorway roadworks from 50 to 60mph.
Their union Ucatt warned yesterday that the increase would put motorway maintenance workers’ lives at even greater risk than they are...
ANTI-POVERTY campaigners were outraged yesterday after revelations that hundreds of millions of pounds of taxpayers’ cash earmarked for aid to developing countries does not even leave Britain.
A private contractor responsible for investing the money in projects to tackle poverty...
STRIKES by staff at parcel delivery firm UPS this week have been called off.
More than 140 workers at UPS’s Camden depot had been set to strike tomorrow and Friday over alleged bullying, harassment and racism.
However, the Unite union, which represents them, called off...