Burger chain forced to say sorry for kicking deaf man and guide dog out
Tuesday 22nd Aug 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
by Felicity Collier
HOUSEHOLDS would have saved an average of £1,149 on energy bills since 2010 if Labour’s price cap had been in place, the party will argue today.
Labour estimates that its proposed emergency measure would see bills set below £1,000...
by Felicity Collier
McDONALD’S workers are set to strike on September 4, the Bakers, Food & Allied Workers Union (BFAWU) announced yesterday.
The initial threat of action by employees in Crayford, Kent, and Cambridge over zero-hours contracts prompted the...
RADICAL reforms are needed to end the dominance of “white middle-aged men” in politics, an independent think tank warned yesterday.
The Institute for Public Policy Research said that women were less likely to become local councillors...
Geneva body to hear evidence on whether government breached global conventions
Monday 21st Aug 2017
Burger chain appears to cave to demands after huge strike vote
A STROUD resident is celebrating his 48th birthday at the site of an unwanted incinerator project with a party exposing the project as “bad for the planet, bad for our health and bad for our pockets.”
Matt Wimpress, who lives less than...
SCOTLAND is critically unprepared to deal with a serious incident arising from nuclear warheads being transported on public roads, a report warned yesterday.
Nuclear weapons are regularly moved to and from factories at Aldermaston and Burghfield,...
FELICITY COLLIER describes how a mother of two was kicked out of her home due to her council’s incompetence
posted by Morning Star in Features
MCDONALD’S workers are to strike in Britain for the first time after a beefy ballot yesterday backed action over unpalatable pay and conditions at two of its branches.
Beleaguered zero-hours employees in Crayford and Cambridge voted 95.7 per...
Saturday 19th Aug 2017