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Free trade threat to farming

22 May 2021

Free trade negotiations with Australia being rushed through by the government could have devastating implications for farmers across the UK.

Senedd to increase in size?

20 May 2021

Labour in Wales did not mention it in its manifesto, but now it wants to spend millions on creating yet more seats in the Senedd assembly – at public cost but without public benefit.

Teachers win reinstatement battle

11 May 2021

Louise Lewis, the suspended National Education Union rep at North Huddersfield Trust School, has finally been reinstated after a seven-month battle by her fellow union members. 

Library users bring council to book

5 May 2021

Library users in Glasgow have reacted to closure proposals from the SNP-run council with weekends of read-ins and demonstrations at the threatened sites. 

Young workers need a future

22 April 2021

A new report describes the sharp grow in youth unemployment since the pandemic began. Britain’s young adults are disproportionately impacted by the economic crisis.

The return of breast screening units

20 February 2021

Most breast screening programmes in Britain were paused in March 2020 because of Covid-19. Screening has since restarted, but there’s much to be done as almost a million women have missed mammograms.

A bad week for Project Fear

9 February 2021

It’s been a lousy few days for the doomsday merchants, the ones who said that companies would flee Britain once Brexit bit.

Steep cost of separatism revealed

9 February 2021

A new analysis of the prospects for Scotland should the SNP succeed in detaching it from the rest of Britain makes grim reading for the separatists.

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