Monthly Archives: June 2016
The problem is all inside your head she said to me
The answer is easy if you take it logically
I’d like to help you in your struggle to be free
There must be fifty ways to become a governor Continue reading
TORY claims to be working for the most disadvantaged in society were dealt another blow yesterday when the number of people living in relative poverty increased for the first time in a decade. Click here to read more
“Bye bye, you’re going home”: playground ‘banter’.
“Leave the EU/No more Polish vermin”: anonymous leaflets left outside a primary school.
“Why are there only 10 white faces in this class? Why are you not educating the English?”: street harassment reported by a KS1 teacher.
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Ricky Tomlinson door-stepped Amnesty International yesterday, demanding the rights charity fully come clean decades after it buckled under government pressure and turned its back on jailed trade unionists. Click here to read more.
The head of the TUC and the chief of Britain’s manufacturing employers’ organisation have joined together to warn that leaving the EU would be a “terrible gamble”.
Frances O’Grady, General Secretary of the TUC, and Terry Scuoler, CEO of EEF, the manufacturers’ organisation, are publishing today (Wednesday) a joint statement that sets out the potential loss in manufacturing trade, and the knock on effects for business and employees, should Britain leave the EU.
In the unusual move, the employer and trade union bodies jointly call for a renewed focus in the final days of the campaign on the economic reality of a decision to leave the EU, and the impact it would have on working people and the businesses that employ them. Continue reading
Workers dismissed unfairly may have to pay £1,200 just to take boss to court. Click here to read more.
“Hard Hats for Education” – Call for support to families of workers injured or killed in Qatar......
The international media and institutions have highlighted the difficult working and living conditions of migration workers in the lead up to the preparations for the 2022 World Cup. Although accurate statistics of the number of migrant workers injured or killed working in Qatar is difficult to attain, based on data from the embassies present in Qatar, the figure is at least 1,200. Continue reading
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