HEALTH workers from black or ethnic minority backgrounds are more likely to report bullying and harassment than their white colleagues, an NHS report revealed yesterday.
According to new figures by the health service, 75 per cent of the acute trusts in England have a higher share of...
Friday 3rd Jun 2016
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Ahmed-Sheikh goes public over harassment
Monday 30th May 2016
Foreign Secretary beats war drum in Middle East
McDonnell lauds the ‘left opportunity’ of Camp Remain
TORY claims of the government’s biggest housing programme in a generation were blown apart yesterday by the its own figures showing a steep fall in building.
According to the latest Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) house-building data, there has been a 20...
Friday 27th May 2016
TORY plans to scrap bursaries for nursing, midwifery and other health degree students will cripple the NHS, leaving it dangerously understaffed, union research reveals today.
According to a new report commissioned by trade unions Unison and the National Union of Students (NUS), the...
Wednesday 25th May 2016
THE government confirmed yesterday that it was “urgently investigating” allegations that a British-made cluster bomb was dropped in Yemen by Saudi Arabian military forces.
Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond and Defence Minister Philip Dunne admitted there was an investigation...
UCL students in ‘unbearable’ living conditions given back 20% of rent
Tuesday 24th May 2016
Amnesty demands full probe after bombs found in Yemen
Monday 23rd May 2016
THE United Nations launched a probe into the British government’s vindictive attacks on welfare yesterday, including the “medieval” two-child tax credit limit.
Two of the measures announced in last year’s Budget will be investigated after SNP MP Alison Thewliss...