PUNITIVE fees for employment tribunals are allowing bad bosses to get away with shocking treatment of workers, figures revealed yesterday show.
New regulations giving employment tribunals…
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Shadow trade secretary looks ahead to US pact
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
Scottish schools can’t keep up standards, say classroom workers
posted by Zoe Streatfield in Britain
Mass protests call for Trump to backtrack on vow to scrap Act
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PROSECUTORS demanded the arrest of Samsung chief Lee Jae Yong yesterday as the corruption scandal surrounding President Park Geun Hye gathered pace.
Samsung is the most valuable company in…
NORTHERN IRELAND will head to the polls on March 2 to elect a new assembly after the country’s power-sharing government collapsed last night.
The deadline for a deal to prop up…
THE revelation that HMRC had to pay nearly £87,000 in compensation payments to claimants wrongly denied benefits by contractor Concentrix serves as a warning not to believe private-sector…
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CHANCELLOR Philip Hammond’s threat that the Tories will do “whatever we have to” to ensure Britain stays “competitive” in the event of losing access to the European…
JEREMY CORBYN was correct to call this Wednesday for a Constitutional Convention that would enable a root and branch examination of all aspects of government in Britain. He was also correct to…
Dealing with the Devil’s Music: Bluesmen in Britain
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DURING the early 1960s, at the…
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JANE GREEN looks at what the US president-elect means for Tehran and the wider Middle East
As we approach next year’s council elections, we need a real alternative strategy to that of austerity cuts, says TOM MORRISON
Former No 1 returns from six months off with victory
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The Chinese Football Association announced reforms yesterday which will see only three non-national players per game allowed to be fielded by Super League clubs.
West Ham continued to remain firm on the future of wantaway playmaker Dimitri Payet after turning down an improved offer yesterday from his former club Marseille.
It is understood that a…
MAYER WAKEFIELD sees a mordant exploration of the collective confusion invoked by the ‘war on terror’
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Crime-fiction round up with Mat Coward
CONRAD LANDIN recommends a journalist’s account of reporting on the ‘war’ between government and educators for three decades