PM‘s promised ‘affordable’ homes will cost up to £450,000
Thursday 8th Oct 2015
posted by Luke James in Britain
SUPPLY teachers vowed at the weekend they won’t be used as scabs to undermine their permanent colleagues’ strikes in a blow to Tory plans to help bosses break pickets.
The government’s vicious Trade Union Bill will allow employers to hire temporary agency workers to...
Monday 21st Sep 2015
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
BRITAIN’S “disastrous foreign policy” is responsible for the rise in extremism among young people, teachers said yesterday.
A motion arguing that the government’s counter-extremist Prevent strategy “could destroy relationships between teachers and...
Tuesday 15th Sep 2015
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
by Our News Desk
TEACHING unions have rubbished a call for secondary schools to be fined if students fail to achieve a C in GCSE maths and English, branding it “arrant nonsense” yesterday.
Right-wing think tank Policy Exchange said that the money from the...
Wednesday 26th Aug 2015
posted by Morning Star in Britain
NASUWT deputy general secretary Dr Patrick Roach was re-elected to the governing body of the world’s largest federation of trade unions this weekend.
Mr Roach retained his open seat on the executive board of Education International in a vote at its world congress in Ottawa,...
Monday 27th Jul 2015
Biggest Durham Miners’ Gala in half a century ready to stand up to the Tories
Monday 13th Jul 2015
NASUWT calls for release of Bahraini Mahdi Abu Dheeb
Tuesday 7th Apr 2015
CON-DEM cuts are depriving children with special needs and learning difficulties of access to a decent education, teachers warned yesterday.
While public schools for the wealthy elite receive tax-breaks through charitable status, youngsters in need of specialist attention in state...
TEACHERS are suffering a “frightening and disturbing” catalogue of mental health problems because of their work, NASUWT conference heard yesterday.
The results of a survey carried out by the teaching union revealed that 67 per cent of teachers say their job had adversely...
Hunt warns Cameron sees profit in education
Monday 6th Apr 2015