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UNIONS representing over 600 workers at TRW Automotive in Pontypool condemned job cuts and "draconian" new working practices yesterday.
THE CBI warned yesterday that order books at British manufacturers have now shrunk to their weakest level for the past two years.
INDUSTRY union T&G urged Gate Gourmet to "move quickly to resume negotiations" after another day of frustration yesterday for the union's 670 sacked members.
THE TUC revealed yesterday that millions of British workers endure worse health and safety protection than their Victorian counterparts.
REFUGEE campaigners condemned "vindictive" immigration officials yesterday, after they ruled that the Kachepa family must be deported to Malawi where experts insist that they face severe danger.
THOUSANDS of angry Aberdeen council workers threatened strike action yesterday over swingeing pay cuts.
SACKED Rolls-Royce shop steward Jerry Hicks will call on fellow workers to "roar like lions" this afternoon when he addresses a mass solidarity rally in Derby.
THE TUC urged ministers to offer a radical programme of help for Muslim communities yesterday, after research showed that they suffer some of the worst poverty and ill-health in Britain.
CIVIL liberties campaigners warned yesterday that thousands of people could be kicked out of Britain to face torture or death under Home Secretary Charles Clarke's sweeping deportation programme.