CUTS to state school budgets are going to be worse than expected, union analysis of government figures found yesterday.
The joint research by five education unions revealed that almost 18,000 schools, amounting to 90 per cent of schools in the state sector, face receiving less cash per...
Saturday 18th Nov 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
WORKERS and bosses are receiving advice on what constitutes sexual harassment from conciliation service Acas.
Harassment includes unwanted physical contact; written or verbal remarks about a colleague’s appearance, offensive jokes and questions about their sex life; or the...
ANTI-FRACKING campaigners who blocked the entrance to a drilling site in Lancashire were found guilty yesterday of causing an obstruction.
But Blackpool magistrates’ court dismissed charges against them brought under Tory anti-union legislation.
March heads for Holyrood as work-in goes on
Friday 17th Nov 2017
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
Labour calls for sprinkler cash as ‘final’ death toll hits 71
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
John McDonnell lays into Hammond for chaotic efforts to bolster Number 10 – and pledges £17bn new deal
FAILED Tory housing policy came under fire yesterday as Theresa May promised to take personal charge of the growing crisis.
Figures from the Department for Communities and Local Government revealed that housing stock in England had increased by 217,350 in 2016-17 — 27,700 up on...
PRIVATE speculators are “destroying” Royal Mail through their attempts to trouser maximum profits, posties said yesterday.
The privatised postal company reported that its pre-tax profits tumbled 30 per cent to £77 million, down from £110m last year.
TWITTER has finally removed the verified blue ticks from far-right extremists’ accounts but anti-fascists accused the social media site of “aiding” Islamophobia by not acting sooner.
The blue tick is used by Twitter to confirm that the accounts of prominent figures or...
BRITAIN’S biggest pensioner organisation has accused the government of “bullying and misleading” around 1.3 million retired people over how their state pensions are paid.
More than one million collect their state pensions from the Post Office because they hold a Post...