At least 25 Tories unhappy about the suffering caused
Friday 13th Oct 2017
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
RIOTING prisoners attacked prison officers using pool balls as weapons yesterday, leading to calls for an urgent prisons staffing review.
RAIL workers picketed the Dutch embassy in London yesterday to protest against the country’s role in taking safety-critical guards off trains in Britain.
posted by Morning Star in Britain
RMT members call for cleaning services to be brought in-house
Thursday 12th Oct 2017
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
CWU defiant as judge grants injunction against October strike despite overwhelming support from members
THE Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) came under fire yesterday after a botched clean-up operation left taxpayers footing a £122 million bill.
BALLOT papers are landing at the homes of 160,000 civil servants today as a consultative vote on industrial action begins.
CAMPAIGNERS accused the government yesterday of failing on promises to cap sky-high energy prices as regulator Ofgem took some steps to alleviate the costs for Britain’s poorest households.
LECTURERS at Leeds University won the backing of one of the city’s Labour MPs Hilary Benn in their battle against imposition of a “sacker’s charter” by management.