7 August 2019
Beef farmers in Ireland have held a series of protests calling on their government and the EU for support.
6 August 2019
The Polish government wants graduates to return to Poland. More than half a million have left over the past 20 years. This is part of a wider problem affecting many countries.
30 July 2019
Forced to exclude water from its “concessions" Directive, the Commission is set to announce a review this autumn of the effect of excluding water from the internal market.
27 July 2019
Wage growth in the UK rose to 3.6 per cent in the year to May 2019, the highest growth rate since 2008, according to official figures – despite media gloom over Brexit.
21 July 2019
Since December 2018 a group of Brexiteers have stood outside Parliament in fair weather and foul, making a very simple point with huge placards: “We voted leave.”
19 July 2019
A fanatical supporter of a United States of Europe and ardent advocate of a European Army has been appointed as the new President of the European Commission.
12 July 2019
On 10 July teaching staff at The Castle School academy in Gloucestershire went on strike in protest at excessive workload. Action is set to continue into next term.
11 July 2019
Jaguar Land Rover has announced a huge investment to build electric cars in Britain. The investment will be centred around the Coventry car maker’s plant in Castle Bromwich.
8 July 2019
New figures from the Department for Education show that class sizes in England’s secondary schools have risen by the equivalent of one extra pupil per class in just two years.
5 July 2019
With their jobs under threat after contracts they could meet have been sent abroad, workers from the BiFab construction yards in Fife protested at the head office of the energy giant EDF in Edinburgh.
1 July 2019
Switzerland and the European Union have begun open financial war as the EU tries to force the country to sign a new agreement covering all aspects of the country’s relations with the bloc.
28 June 2019
More homeless people die in the areas with the biggest council cuts, a new study suggests.
28 June 2019
New figures revealed by the trade union Unison at its annual conference in Liverpool show that a quarter of council jobs have been lost since 2010.
27 June 2019
Nearly 700 Royal Fleet Auxiliary sailors, members of the RMT union, are to take industrial action from 2 July in a dispute over pay.
18 June 2019
Momentum is developing around campaigns to use Brexit to boost employment, wages and conditions among British seafarers.
16 June 2019
11 June 2019
Like many cities Bristol needs better public transport. Bristolians have been doing something about that with a long running campaign for an improved local train service.
31 May 2019
Local government spending on services has fallen by more than a fifth over 10 years, according to a new report.
30 May 2019
The body responsible for educating and training the NHS workforce in England is still fixated on importing labour from abroad.
30 May 2019
The government appears to be ploughing on with plans to denude countries that need their highly skilled workers more than we do rather than train our own here.
28 May 2019
The collapse of British Steel will be disastrous for its 5,000 workers and 20,000 others in the supply chain and it will damage British industry too.