128,000 children will be spending Christmas in temporary accommodation
Thursday 14th Dec 2017
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
by Felicity Collier
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Firm ‘targets trade union activists’ in mass sacking
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
Over 100 schools have stagnated for 10 years
YORK has followed London in refusing to renew minicab transnational Uber’s licence to operate in the city, it was revealed yesterday.
In its decision late on Tuesday, a City of York Council committee cited the number of complaints that it had received about the company.
STRIKE action over the Christmas period by workers at two train companies was announced yesterday as a bitter dispute over guards and safety intensified.
The 24-hour walkouts by Greater Anglia staff on Wednesday December 27 and South Western Railway on New Year’s Eve were...
posted by Will Stone in Britain
SPECIALIST teachers are being told they will no longer be able to teach children who need extra support due to cuts, the National Education Union (NEU) warned yesterday.
Unqualified teaching assistants are set to replace a special educational needs team employed by East Sussex County...
A COUNCIL was accused of “playing Scrooge” yesterday with a plan to axe sick pay for the first three days that workers are off.
Hillingdon Council’s proposal is an attempt to save money, but union GMB branded it “an affront to its hard-working...
A MEMORIAL service to be held today for the 71 people killed in the Grenfell Tower fire will be an opportunity for “healing and truth,” bereaved relative Clarrie Mendy said yesterday.
Ms Mendy, whose cousin Mary Mendy and her daughter Khadija Saye died in the fire, helped...
A FIFTH of managers say they would be less likely to employ a disabled person, believing that they would struggle to do the job, a charity has found.
A further three out of five expressed concern about the cost of employing a disabled person, while one in four said that ensuring the...