TALKS between Merseyrail and RMT in the dispute about guards’ safety broke down yesterday.
The rail company refused to negotiate and was critical of issues relating to staffing, funding and safety, the union said.
The meeting had been called to discuss the roles of...
Tuesday 21st Mar 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
LABOUR called on ministers yesterday to scrap plans for a new wave of grammar schools in England amid growing opposition to the scheme.
Former shadow education spokesman Barry Sheerman, speaking during education questions in the Commons, told Education Secretary Justine Greening:...
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ARTICLE 50 will be invoked next Wednesday to trigger EU withdrawal talks, Downing Street confirmed yesterday.
Prime Minister Theresa May’s letter officially notifying the European Council of Britain’s intention to quit will start a two-year negotiation process expected to...
Trade unionists renew call for full public inquiry
Monday 20th Mar 2017
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
Osborne under fire from Parliament’s standards chief
SNP leader warns May not to stand in her way
posted by Zoe Streatfield in Britain
Tens of thousands protest in London, Cardiff and Glasgow
Truss unveils plans for pre-recorded testimony
NEITHER London nor Brussels was the rallying cry for one section of SNP supporters at the weekend.
Gerry Fisher told the Star that not all SNP members and supporters agree that Scotland should remain in the bloc despite the party leadership using Brexit as a the pretext to call a...