Category Archives: Politics

Questions Being Asked of Labour After Local Election Result // Opinion

The 6th of May and the subsequent weekend, where the extent of the damage done to the Labour Party’s power at local government level became clear, was painful for all of us who are Party members or of a progressive persuasion. Such events have become ritualistically painful—and embarrassing, given that the losses are tending now to come in traditionally working

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Trades Council calls for just and lasting peace between Palestine and Israel

Worcester Trades Union Council (WTUC) has welcomed the announcement of a ceasefire in the recently escalating conflict between Israel and Palestine. Whilst the ceasefire provides some respite from the recent violence, the local Trades Council have recognised the needfor a lasting peace between Palestine and Israel, one that is consistent with international law and respects equality and human rights. The

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Private Rail Bosses Use Covid Support Money To Line Own Pockets

With Ministers announcing rail reforms last week, new figures show the reality of the Great British Rail Rip Off as train owning company pays out £46.5 million dividend funded by Government COVID–19 support  Rail union RMT says that new figures show the reality of the Great British Rail Rip Off as a train owning company pays out a £46.5 million dividend funded

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