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
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
A PRIVATELY RUN youth prison has become so violent that staff are regularly ending up in hospital.
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
SUPPORT staff at a London school have appealed to council bosses to intervene in a long-running dispute over alleged bullying by a head teacher.
A GROUND-BREAKING test case could force employers who use contractors to recognise the contract workers’ unions and negotiate with them on wages and conditions.
NOT a single “starter home” has been built in three years, despite the government having pledged to construct 200,000 of them, Labour revealed yesterday.
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
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.
SEVEN former prison officers at a notorious young people’s detention centre in County Durham are being prosecuted for alleged abuse against teenage inmates spanning decades.
PILES of food were displayed outside Downing Street today on the eve of the Tories’ Budget to show the effects of the government’s public funding cuts.
THE public-sector pay cap has reduced spending power in England by £8.5 billion this year, a new study shows today.
Theresa May slammed for failing to prevent his extradition to the US
Tuesday 21st Nov 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain