Monthly Archives: June 2018
We are asking members, their families and their friends to join us at 12pm on Saturday 30 June 2018 at Portland Place, London W1 (nearest tubes Oxford Circus/Great Portland St) for a demonstration in support of our NHS. Click here for more information.
Since 1996 there has been a 980% increase in cows slaughtered because of TB. Click here to read more.
Birmingham and Hyndburn ‘worst for food hygiene’. Click here to read more.
Help us campaign for equality by filling in our survey – and maybe win a holiday for two at Croyde Bay Holiday Resort in north Devon. Click here to read more.
Local government spending cuts have left councils across the UK unable to meet the needs of local communities and, in some cases, are putting the public at risk, says UNISON. Click here to read more.
More than 4,000 public spaces are being sold off every year and being “lost to the community forever”, according to a report published by Locality. Click here to see the report.
Neighbours want to ensure children and staff are not exposed to asbestos at a primary school during building and demolition works. Click here to read more.
The authority’s Conservatives have criticised council leader, Cllr Clare Coghill, for going back on a promise made to voters during the local election campaign. Click here to read more.
Campaigners warn of ‘rentquake’ as analysis reveals amount spent by private renters is approaching parity with mortgage payments......
Amount of rent being paid 10 years ago was only 30 per cent of the total handed over by homeowners – now the figure is more than 75 per cent. Click here to read more.