21 August 2018
Birmingham Prison is back under government control, but the crisis in our prisons appears general and affects ones still in public control.
11 August 2018
The ailing bloc faces an overall £18 billion budget shortfall, most of it due to Brexit. But it still plans to spend more.
8 August 2018
A school which cost £18.6 million to rebuild six years ago needs to spend £5 million on repairs – including fixing some 300 holes in its roof.
12 July 2018
So now we know. The Prime Minister wants from the EU an agreement based on the kind of agreement the EU has with…Morocco.
3 July 2018
Despite a recent annual congress with no motion on a second Brexit referendum, academics’ union leader Sally Hunt has started a consultation on the question.
2 July 2018
In a vote of confidence in Brexit, construction equipment maker JCB is to invest more than £50 million in a new factory in Staffordshire.
24 June 2018
A conference in Paris that brought together workers from across Europe has called for the repeal of all EU treaties and directives.
9 June 2018
In research and development (as in so many other things) the European Union desperately needs to cooperate with Britain. It’s time we realised its weakness.
8 June 2018
The whole issue, “backstop” or none, is being used as a backdoor way of delaying and perhaps denying Brexit.
8 June 2018
Remain-backing MP Stephen Kinnock is trying to use new US steel tarrifs to damage Brexit – but the real danger to Britain’s steel comes from Brussels.
7 June 2018
The EU is enforcing a discard ban during the proposed Brexit transition period that could bankrupt most of the UK fishing fleet.
26 April 2018
A national protest against Driver Only Operation outside Parliament on 25 April drew rail workers and union banners from many towns and regions across the country.