- Britain to leave the EU
- Cameron resigns
Saturday 25th Jun 2016
posted by Luke James in Britain
Revellers join in for Sean Taylor track singalong
posted by Will Stone in Britain
TRADE DEALS undermining workers’ rights and forcing privatisations will not be seen off by Brexit, Unison delegates feared yesterday.
A motion tabled at the union’s conference said that the likes of EU-US trade deal TTIP “harm existing EU and UK labour, social,...
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
PROTESTERS blocked the entrance to the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) yesterday, accusing the watchdog of whitewashing energy companies’ overcharging of customers to the tune of £1.7 billion.
The CMA called its probe “the most comprehensive investigation into...
posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain
LGBT workers held a heated debate yesterday over the Morning Star’s publication of two articles they said were critical of transsexual people.
Delegates at the TUC’s LGBT conference “called out” the paper for two pieces published last month, both finding fault...
NICOLA STURGEON will push for a second independence referendum before Britain leaves the EU, the First Minister announced yesterday.
Her predecessor Alex Salmond said the issue had been “settled for a generation” when voters rejected independence by a 55 to 45 per cent...
Unions insist workers musn’t ‘pay the price’ for Brexit vote
HEALTH unions vowed to take the fight to Nigel Farage yesterday after he cynically dropped the Leave campaign’s commitment to give the NHS an extra £350 million a week under Brexit.
Just an hour after the vote to leave the EU was announced, the Ukip leader said the official...
FIRE chiefs were told off yesterday for implementing an “unlawful” 96-hour shift system.
In a recent report on the finances of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Fire Authority, chief officer Chris Strickland suggested a series of variations on the Day Crewing Plus system as...
posted by Morning Star in Britain
HUNDREDS of people took to the streets of London yesterday in a show of solidarity with migrants who had been scapegoated during the EU referendum campaign.
Protesters marched from east London to the headquarters of News Corp, owner of The Times and The Sun newspapers — both of...