LABOUR MPs gave bosses at hated security firm G4S a severe dressing down yesterday while grilling them about serious abuse at an immigration centre run by the company.
Jerry Petherick and Peter Neden were hauled in front of the Commons home affairs committee after BBC’s Panorama...
Friday 15th Sep 2017
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LABOUR grassroots group Momentum said yesterday that it is supporting a national demonstration demanding the abolition of university tuition fees.
The news came after the government faced opposition in Westminster to its plans to increase the £9,000-a-year fees.
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Corbyn points out millions are struggling just to get by
Thursday 14th Sep 2017
THE DUP defied their Tory allies yesterday after they backed a Labour motion in favour of increasing NHS pay.
Labour’s proposal won before it even went to a vote as it became clear that the Tories would lose in their bid to oppose calls to end the unfair public-sector pay...
Labour rebels defend decision to support government Bill
Wednesday 13th Sep 2017
THE £1 billion sweetheart deal the Tories struck with North Irish extremists to prop up Theresa May will need to be approved by Parliament, government lawyers admitted yesterday.
Officials were challenged to come up with the legal basis for the deal with the DUP by the...
Tuesday 12th Sep 2017
SOCIALISTS secured two key positions on the Labour Party’s conference arrangements committee yesterday, with the Momentum-backed pair winning more than double the votes of their right-wing opponents.
Tottenham CLP secretary Seema Chandwani and former CWU general secretary Billy...
THE WELSH government said yesterday that it could be “severely disadvantaged” to EU immigration changes set out in a leaked Tory document.
First Minister Carwyn Jones said Welsh industry would be hurt by sector-based “recruitment” of migrants and said Wales...
Friday 8th Sep 2017
Save the Children calls on Israel to lift decade-long blockade of the territory
Tuesday 5th Sep 2017
REPORTS that PM Theresa May will lift the public-sector pay cap were dismissed by Downing Street as “speculation” yesterday.
Right-wing rag the Sun claimed at the weekend that Ms May was planning to end the 1 per cent cap — in place for the past seven years — as...