Home » Article Type » News

News

News

Bristolians call for end to bus de-regulation

27 November 2018

Despite the pouring rain, around 150 people last weekend heard speaker after speaker call for an end to the deregulated and de-facto monopoly of Bristol’s buses under private company First Bus.

Who stole our Brexit?

26 November 2018

The title of a meeting organised by Halifax trades council tapped into the public shock at the betrayal being enacted before our eyes.

Greenwich a no-go area for more academies

26 November 2018

Greenwich teachers have effectively made their part of London a no-go area for the further academisation of its schools, led by the National Education Union at The John Roan School.

Euro crisis on two fronts

22 November 2018

The EU is suddenly facing two financial crises simultaneously, in Greece and Italy, one impacting on the other. 

Big new cuts proposed for Birmingham

22 November 2018

The government may have announced the end of “austerity” – but Birmingham City Council must find £86 million in savings in the next four years.

Home care provision on the edge

22 November 2018

The future of large swathes of home care provision for elderly and disabled people hangs in the balance as a major provider seeks to stay solvent.

NHS workers must remain vigilant

1 October 2018

In June the government asked NHS England to make a 10-year plan, and guaranteed real funding increases over the next 5 years. NHS workers must remain vigilant to take advantage of the opportunity to repair damage done to the service.

Heads march to reverse cuts

27 September 2018

Head teachers are to march on Downing Street on Friday 28 September in an unprecedented bid to get improved and sufficient school funding.

Pensions: university bosses try it on again

7 September 2018

University managements are circulating a pension proposal to university workers for consultation based on fundamentally flawed assumptions about the economy and interest rates.

Pages

Twitter