Teaching assistants in Durham facing a 23 per cent pay cut ( or 10 per cent if they work more hours) imposed by a Labour council and their union, Unison, who supported Corbyn to be leader, are doing little to help them
Month: September 2016
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Prosecution closes case after reading defendant’s statements to jury
Labour last night gained three seats out of nine council by-elections last night. The Liberal Democrats gained two, Plaid gained one. Disastrous night for the Tories who lost four of the six seats they were defending . Before: Con 6,Lab 1, SNP1, and Ind 1. After: Con 2, Labour 4, Lib Dem 2, Plaid 1.
Prosecution opens case but defence queries police account
Will Gordon Brown’s failure to call a general election directly he became PM rebound the same way on Theresa May if she fails to call an election. Ed Balls thinks she should.
Labour is a party plagued by Magical Thinking. Reality has disappeared from view. Oblivion beckons. That this happened on Corbyn’s watch, is undeniable.
Abuse of Trust: A horrible reminder of a child sex scandal as the Jay inquiry prepares to examine Greville Janner
As the Jay inquiry gears up to re-open Leicestershire’s child sex abuse scandal of 1970s and 1980s by examining allegayions against former Leicester MP Greville Janner, a timely book on the scandal is republished.
Why Theresa May’s initiative to revive grammar schools will spell disaster for late developers,decrease opportunity, encourage a more conformist society and bolster the existing Establishment.
Daniel Janner is wrong to say all allegations of child sex abuse against his father must be fabricated
Daniel Janner’s plans to seek a judicial review against the Independent Inquiry into Child Sex Abuse investigating allegations against his father, Greville, sexually abusing survivors is over the top.