by Our News Desk
OIL activists accused the British Museum yesterday of breaking its own rules to stitch up a sweetheart sponsorship deal with energy transnational BP.
Documents newly released by campaign group Art Not Oil under the Freedom of Information Act reveal dodgy...
Saturday 1st Oct 2016
posted by Morning Star in Britain
EAST COAST rail workers will walk out all day on Monday in an attempt to secure jobs, safety and working conditions, their union RMT confirmed yesterday.
Nearly 200 jobs are on the line at the franchise operated by the Virgin Trains brand.
If those jobs go, the workers’...
by Peter Lazenby
HOUSEHOLDERS were warned yesterday to prepare for more flooding this winter.
The alert follows last year’s storms which devastated 15,000 homes and businesses, particularly in northern England, and comes from the leaders of local...
O’Grady calls on government to deliver equal treatment for all age groups
NUT highlights government threat to schools
by Lamiat Sabin
THE founder of a flagship free school was jailed for five years yesterday for a £150,000 fraud.
Sajid Hussain Raza, 43, was sentenced at Leeds Crown Court for defrauding the Department for Education (DfE) and siphoning off thousands of pounds into his own...
HULL College workers have voted to strike against planned redundancies, lecturers’ union UCU said yesterday.
A whopping 86 per cent of union members backed walking out in a bid to stave off further job cuts.
College bosses plan to get rid of 141 workers — on top of...
A MIDLANDS car parts manufacturer employing 800 workers has gone into administration.
But union Unite says it hopes the jobs will be saved if a buyer is found for the company.
Covpress, which was taken over by Chinese firm Yongtai in 2013, is one of Coventry’s largest...
MOMENTUM vice-chair Jackie Walker said yesterday she won’t resign after she was called on by some MPs and trade unionists to quit over accusations of anti-semitism.
She said “political differences” were driving demands for her resignation after leaked footage showed...
Chief Constable Crompton booted for Hillsborough slur