MINISTERS announced a £1.7 billion plan yesterday to improve transport links between city centres and struggling suburbs, but unions and Labour quickly dismissed it as a pre-Budget gimmick.
Tuesday 21st Nov 2017
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
SOUTHAMPTON University, which plans to sack up to 75 lecturers to save money, is advertising for a chauffeur for its senior managers.
posted by Morning Star in Britain
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
HARINGEY Council is a “lame duck administration” according to campaigners after another key supporter of a controversial housing project in the borough stepped down.
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
“SCROOGE” bosses at controversial parcels firm Hermes are demanding that their workers deliver presents for 21 days on the trot, according to general union GMB.
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.
BRITISH GAS owner Centrica is scrapping standard variable tariffs (SVTs) for new customers ahead of government...
CHILDREN killed because of the Israeli occupation of Palestine were commemorated at a multi-faith memorial service in London yesterday evening.
A candle was lit in Trafalgar Square for each of the 2,000 Palestinian and Jewish children who have died since the military occupation of the...
AN INQUIRY is being held into the death of a worker involved in construction of the £1.3 billion Queensferry Crossing bridge over the River Forth in Scotland.
John Cousin, from...
by Conrad Landin
at the Royal Courts of Justice
Monday 20th Nov 2017