McDonnell: Murdoch-backed opposition moves into shadows
Tuesday 28th Feb 2017
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
Report reveals prisoners ‘living in fear’ of violence
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
Company dumped 700k important messages in warehouse
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
HEAD TEACHERS and governors have sent an open letter to the Chancellor warning that cash-strapped schools have run out of ways to save money without cutting jobs, it was revealed yesterday.
Spending on education must be increased to prevent redundancies, the National Association of...
NO CONSISTENT evidence suggests academisation raises schools’ exam results, a new report confirms today.
In a report giving a verdict of “must do better” on academy chains, the Commons education select committee said that evidence for the case for school privatisation...
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
CABBIES across Britain will protest today over a “Wild West” licensing system that is taking passengers and drivers alike for a ride.
Government deregulation of the private hire trade has created an unsafe free-for-all with Transport for London dishing out licences...
JEREMY CORBYN led tributes yesterday to the oldest serving MP Gerald Kaufman, who has died aged 86.
Mr Kaufman, who was Father of the House of Commons and served in Westminister for 47 years, died on Sunday after a long-term illness. His family announced his death “with great...
SECRET British armed drone strikes may have contributed to thousands of civilian deaths in Iraq and Syria, a new report revealed yesterday.
Drone Wars UK has gathered information regarding British air strikes against Isis in Iraq and Syria and found that Britain had carried out 1,200...
DRIVERS and street cleaners in a Tory London borough will start a two-day strike today in protest at “modern-day slavery.”
Their union GMB says Wandsworth Council’s contractor Continental Landscapes has held down pay at poverty levels in spite of massive profits.
CUTS to legal aid and court jobs have made it necessary to spend thousands of pounds on safety measures for judges, Ministry of Justice figures revealed yesterday.
In the 2014-16 period, nearly £25,000 of public money was spent on upgrading security at the homes of four judges,...
posted by Morning Star in Britain