by Peter Lazenby Health service staff responsible for blood tests and transfusions are to stage a 48-hour strike from tomorrow over threats to patient safety as management attempts to slash appointment times.
Blazing passion: The popularity of erotic fiction such as the bestseller Fifty Shades of Grey could be to blame for the dozens of incidents of people becoming trapped in handcuffs to which firefighters have been called out, a brigade has said.
by Paddy McGuffin Home Affairs Reporter Millionaire ministers have today put a £1,200 price tag on workplace justice in draconian new rules that unions and lawyers warn will shut ordinary people out of employment tribunals.
by Paddy McGuffin Home Affairs Reporter A new coalition of pro-immigration, anti-racist and anti-cuts organisations will challenge the rising tide of racism across Europe and the coalition's persecution of immigrants.
by Paddy McGuffin Home Affairs Reporter Official migration figures are "not fit for purpose" meaning assessments of the situation are "little better than a best guess," according to a scathing new report.
by Paddy McGuffin Home Affairs Reporter Rail union RMT has vowed to defend its members' right to take industrial action in the face of a threat by East Midlands Trains bosses to force them to back down using the anti-trade union laws.
by Will Stone Hundreds of bedroom tax campaigners joined trade unionists in a march through the streets of Liverpool where they pledged that victims of the government's divisive plans will "never walk alone."