Workers furious as back pay is still left owing
Saturday 25th Nov 2017
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
A SCOTTISH Sikh who was been arrested and allegedly tortured in an Indian jail was denied access to lawyers and consular staff ahead of a court hearing in the state of Punjab yesterday.
Representatives from the British High Commission were due to meet Jagtar Singh Johal, who lives in...
RAINBOW flags surrounded Turkey’s embassy in London yesterday during a demonstration against an attack on LGBT rights in the country.
Campaigners protested at an “indefinite” ban on LGBT events taking place in Ankara on the apparently spurious grounds of...
Thursday 23rd Nov 2017
HUMAN rights campaigners gathered outside the Bahrain embassy in London yesterday calling for the release of a man jailed for criticising the regime on Twitter and an end to reprisal attacks.
Wednesday 22nd Nov 2017
PROTESTERS gathered outside the Royal Courts of Justice yesterday for the first day of a hearing challenging the government’s “sinister” policy of detaining and deporting homeless EU citizens.
HARINGEY Council is a “lame duck administration” according to campaigners after another key supporter of a controversial housing project in the borough stepped down.
Tuesday 21st Nov 2017
JEREMY CORBYN wrote to the Prime Minister yesterday demanding she act to end the war in Yemen as a million people stand on the brink of famine.
Crowds mark centenary of plan, saying ‘make it right’
Monday 6th Nov 2017
TORY policies have created an “austerity generation” which will force one million more children into poverty, a report says today.
Anti-poverty campaigners warned of a “colossal failure” of government policy as a “straightforward and shaming” report...
IRAQI troops have captured the last Isis stronghold in the country, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said yesterday, leaving the extremist’s self-proclaimed caliphate reduced to just two towns on the Iraq-Syrian border.
Saturday 4th Nov 2017
posted by Steve Sweeney in World