BULLYING is so widespread in the acting profession that most actors admit having been victims, Equity delegates heard yesterday.
Actors reeled off horror stories about their treatment by serial bullies at theatre companies and other employers, often when they were just starting...
Tuesday 23rd May 2017
posted by Will Stone in Britain
ONLY LABOUR can save Scotland from the “twin evils” of the independence-obsessed SNP and service-slashing Tories, Kezia Dugdale declared yesterday as she launched the party’s Scottish manifesto.
The general election is “a clear choice” between an...
posted by Zoe Streatfield in Britain
THE SNP is under fire for attempting to smear a nurse who confronted First Minister Nicola Sturgeon live on air over the crippling 1 per cent pay cap at the Scottish leaders’ debate.
A&E nurse Claire Austin repeatedly questioned an evasive Ms Sturgeon on Sunday night over how...
THE number of cases involving allegations of police corruption referred to the police watchdog has almost doubled in four years, the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) revealed yesterday.
Nearly 2,500 referrals — alleging corruption such as abuse of police powers for...
posted by Morning Star in Britain
A VIOLENT racist was sentenced yesterday to 47 months in jail for repeatedly kicking a pregnant Muslim woman in the stomach, after which she had a miscarriage.
David Gallacher’s attack on Samsam Haji-Ali and her husband Abdullah Sulamain on August 6 last year began with verbal...
AN improved insurance package for dancers who suffer injury was agreed in principle by Equity yesterday.
The conference heard that its current insurance for dancers, which entitles them to an MRI scan after injury, is insufficient.
Dance committee chair Gareth Mole highlighted...
- TWO MILLION sign up to vote since election called
- Labour slashes Tory lead
- Deadline is midnight tonight
Monday 22nd May 2017
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
Labour leader pledges fair policy as EU exit cuts numbers
Corbyn and Rayner pledge to scrap tuition fees and write off this year’s cash
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
Where are the costings of Tory proposals?