A YOUNG mum spoke out yesterday about how her two-year-old disabled child has been the victim of “disgusting” hate crime.
Bethan Germon from Swansea said “so many disgusting comments have been made” about her daughter Lydia who has Dandy-Walker syndrome, a...
Monday 16th Oct 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Labour’s Richard Burgon vows to return failing probation service to public control
Saturday 14th Oct 2017
Trio that blocked Trident base admonished by judges
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
Unions and campaigners lay into NHS national medical adviser’s suggestion
THE Tories will “continue to ignore” the explosion of violence in jails despite dire warnings made yesterday by the prison watchdog, officers warned yesterday.
Chief inspector of prisons Peter Clarke said violence will continue as long as inmates are held in “utterly...
MORE than 100 EU citizens living in Britain have mistakenly been sent deportation letters, government ministers confirmed yesterday.
Green Party co-leader Caroline Lucas accused ministers of treating EU citizens in Britain “with contempt” and as “second-class...
TALKS held between the head of Britain’s financial watchdog and oil giant Saudi Armaco over a potential trillion-pound stock market flotation in London were questioned yesterday.
Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) head Andrew Bailey admitted that the discussions had taken place...
NURSING unions urged the government yesterday to secure the rights of European Union nationals working in the NHS amid warnings that the service faces an unprecedented staffing crisis.
A “vital part” of the health and social care system could be lost if EU workers are made...
LEEDS University lecturers striking against a “sackers’ charter” received further support from MPs yesterday.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell and fellow Labour MP Alex Sobel, representing Leeds North West, gave their backing to the University and College Union (UCU)...
by Felicity Collier