STAFF and students at the University of Bath are set to protest next week unless there are “sweeping changes” at the top amid a row over excessive pay.
Hundreds of people attended a packed meeting at the university yesterday and voted for a motion calling on Vice-Chancellor...
Thursday 23rd Nov 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
BETRAYED engineering workers in Stamford threatened strike action yesterday over a possible factory closure.
Unite members at Cummins Generator Technologies have warned they will walk out in protest against management’s failure to consult over plans to close a site in...
Stamp duty cut will put up prices
Wednesday 22nd Nov 2017
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
by Conrad Landin
Corbyn shrugs off Tory slur slinging to take on Budget mess
TRADE unionists and campaigners held a vigil yesterday in memory of the estimated 120,000 people who have died as a result of Tory austerity policies.
The event in the Pennine town of Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, was organised by Calderdale People’s Assembly Against Austerity...
KURDISH solidarity campaigners urged the government yesterday to stop undermining efforts to bring peace and stability to the region through its relationship with Turkey.
Kurdistan Solidarity Campaign co-secretary Rosa Gilbert was speaking as the foreign affairs committee launched its...
BRITAIN’S poorest households face higher energy bills to pay for the government’s bungled handling of the new Hinkley Point C nuclear power station, MPs warned yesterday.
The public accounts committee voiced concerns that consumers are “locked into” the...