But RMT warns agreement ‘institutionalises discrimination’
Thursday 9th Nov 2017
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
STEPHANIE BEACHAM is the face of a new campaign slating the government for paying lip service to public servants while slashing their pay.
The Dynasty actor stars in a tongue-in-cheek video produced by public-sector union Unison.
In the film, Ms Beacham plays a spokeswoman for...
STRIKING guards yesterday accused the Prime Minister of imposing a “blockade” on talks to resolve a series of strikes over driver-only trains.
On-board staff on Southern, South Western Railway and Greater Anglia will down tools for the second day of their latest stint of...
by Felicity Collier
posted by Morning Star in Britain
THE number of women and girls in prison around the world has soared by 53 per cent since the year 2000, researchers have found.
More than 714,000 females are behind bars, according to the Institute for Criminal Policy Research at Birkbeck, University of London.
Of these, 3,974...
A PROPERTY tycoon who banned Indian and Pakistani tenants because he claimed they left his homes smelling of curry has been ordered to drop the “abhorrent” policy.
Fergus Wilson, who owns hundreds of properties in Kent, was handed the judgement at Maidstone County Court on...
THE merger of two energy giants was branded “an appalling example of rampant capitalism” yesterday as Unite called for an urgent investigation.
The union said the proposed deal between British-owned SSE and German company nPower was “solely for the benefit of...
Vulnerable children forced to sleep in dangerous conditions, says MP
Wednesday 8th Nov 2017
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
More are affected than live in Newcastle, Shelter report finds