Resurgent Labour can retake Holyrood, says new leader Leonard
Monday 20th Nov 2017
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
New financial package saves 1,400 jobs at green Fife manufacturing firm
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
Damning report reveals protesters ‘pushed into speeding traffic’ by cops
Bizarre TV claim ignores millions out of work or on zero hours
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
MPs call for curbs on super-exploitation
THE European Union acts against public-sector initiatives, a conference on protecting Scottish workers’ rights after Brexit heard at the weekend.
SNP MSP Alex Neil described to delegates at the Radical Options for Scotland and Europe (Rose) conference in Glasgow his experience of...
posted by Morning Star in Britain
ANAS SARWAR has criticised his opponents for shining the spotlight on a family business that employs workers on poverty pay.
The defeated centrist candidate for the Scottish Labour leadership said it was “unfortunate” that some Scottish Labour activists had attempted to...
RAIL union RMT has launched a direct challenge to the safety and standards board over its “conflicting” message on driver-only trains.
A recent public information campaign launched by the Rail Safety and Standards Board (RSSB) warned the travelling public of the growing...
posted by Will Stone in Britain
BRITAIN FIRST deputy leader Jayda Fransen has been arrested over a speech she had made at a rally in Belfast in August.
The 31-year-old was arrested on Saturday in south-east London by Police Service of Northern Ireland detectives assisted by Metropolitan Police officers.
Kezia Dugdale came under fire this weekend after it was announced that she would appear on reality show I’m a Celebrity: Get Me Out of Here.
Both Richard Leonard and Anas Sarwar criticised her decision to take part, which will take her to the Australian bush for several...