Norwegian workers face challenges in common with European comrades.
HOME CARE STAFF in Britain’s second largest city are mounting a determined stand against vicious cuts to their hours and pay by Birmingham’s Labour-controlled council.
FOR THE THIRD time in six years traffic wardens in Camden, north London, look set to mount picket lines in a battle with the borough’s parking contractor, NSL.
This farcical project has been dreamed up by a group of rich friends associated with Tony Blair. They are reported to have put up an initial £50 million to fund the new party.
Had the IHRA’s examples of antisemitism been in force at the time, ALBERT EINSTEIN might have been branded an antisemite and expelled from all the esteemed scientific bodies to which he belonged.