by Felicity Collier
TONY BLAIR was let off the hook yesterday after calls to investigate the Iraq war beyond the Chilcot inquiry were voted down in Parliament.
SNP MP Alex Salmond had drawn cross-party support for the motion for the Commons to further examine Mr...
Thursday 1st Dec 2016
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THE Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) “has no clue” about the effects of stopping people’s benefits, Civil Service union PCS said yesterday after a watchdog report heavily criticised the practice.
The National Audit Office...
Wednesday 30th Nov 2016
WORKERS at a London council threatened industrial action yesterday as they launched a campaign against cuts to their pay and conditions worth almost £2 million.
Newham Council is planning to rehire workers on lesser-paid contracts, the Unite union warned.
One of the areas...
Compiled by Felicity Collier
Saturday 5th Nov 2016
posted by Morning Star in Features