SHEFFIELD council workers are being balloted for industrial action after privateers sacked a union member for asking a question about working conditions on local radio.
GMB member Martin Lyons lost his job at Veolia-run Green Co on Thursday after the company claimed he’d brought...
Saturday 16th Jan 2016
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Thursday 7th Jan 2016
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
Call for government action as rally unites communities hit by manufacturing crisis
Monday 23rd Nov 2015
THOUSANDS of angry workers will descend on the “steel city” of Sheffield today, as trade unionists put Tory ministers in the coke oven over their failure to save the ailing industry.
The Save Our Steel rally will be addressed by TUC general secretary Frances O’Grady...
Saturday 21st Nov 2015
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
TWO hundred and fifty people marched through Sheffield on Saturday to deliver the message: “Refugees welcome here.”
South Yorkshire Migration and Asylum Action Group joined forces with other campaign groups for the event, which culminated in a rally.
Monday 12th Oct 2015
Star critics cherry-pick some of the best on offer in the weeks to come
Saturday 19th Sep 2015
posted by Morning Star in Arts
LABOUR leadership frontrunner Jeremy Corbyn continued his barnstorming nationwide electoral speaking tour with capacity meetings in Sheffield and Manchester at the weekend.
He told an enthusiastic Manchester crowd on Saturday that the rally was his 83rd of the campaign, and that by the...
Monday 31st Aug 2015
JOHN WIGHT looks back at the unlikely rise of Naseem Hamed from scrawny seven-year-old in Sheffield to world champion fighter
Saturday 11th Jul 2015
posted by Morning Star in Sport
CAMPAIGNERS in Yorkshire will protest outside Home Office buildings in Sheffield today over the threatened deportation of a 22-year-old torture victim from Sri Lanka.
Supporters say Janahan Sivanathan, a Tamil living in Doncaster, was “horrendously tortured” in captivity in...
Friday 12th Jun 2015
Saturday 30th May 2015