House prices out of reach across all of London
Tuesday 11th Oct 2016
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
Union calls for inquiry after reports of latest Serco scandal
Saturday 17th Sep 2016
posted by Morning Star in Britain
As another legendary London music and community venue is shut for no good social reason time has come to fight for its survival and a reversal of this trend, says TOMMY HIBBITTS
Friday 16th Sep 2016
posted by Morning Star in Features
SADIQ KHAN warned the decision to close one of London’s biggest nightclubs yesterday will lead to a decline of the city’s nightlife.
The London mayor said he was “disappointed” at the decision by Islington Council to revoke Fabric’s licence following drug...
Thursday 8th Sep 2016
Jeremy Corbyn’s vision to rebuild and transform Britain can both tackle the housing crisis and win for Labour, writes DIANE ABBOTT MP
Sunday 14th Aug 2016
FOOD delivery drivers staged a mass rally in London last night as they took unofficial strike action against a change to “bit work.”
Deliveroo plans to introduce a new pay scheme next week that will put some drivers for the upmarket delivery service on less than the minimum...
Friday 12th Aug 2016
POLICE investigating a horrific multiple stabbing attack in central London said yesterday that there is currently no evidence of terrorist involvement.
A woman, believed to have been in her 60s, was killed and five others injured during the incident, which occurred in Russell Square at...
Friday 5th Aug 2016
LONDON’S top cop Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe said yesterday that the first of the Metropolitan Police’s 600 extra armed officers were trained and ready.
But Police Federation of England and Wales chairman Steve White warned that a plan for 1,500 more firearms officers across the...
Thursday 4th Aug 2016
HOME ownership is lower now than at any other time in the past decade because the chronic London housing crisis has spread across the country, new analysis revealed yesterday.
Analysis by think tank the Resolution Foundation shows the proportion of people owning their own home at just...
Tuesday 2nd Aug 2016
WORKERS in five out of six public-sector jobs in London are so badly paid that they can afford only a third of a house in England, property market statistics revealed yesterday.
The earnings of a healthcare assistant (HCA) would fall 66 per cent short of a house costing £224,731,...
Wednesday 20th Jul 2016