News archive from 6 July 2017

One in three nursing homes in England 'fail safety'

One in three nursing homes in England 'fail safety'

More than a third of England's 4,000 nursing homes are failing on safety, according to inspectors. Drug errors, lack of staff and falls were highlighted by the Care Quality Commission in its review. Safety was also a major issue in other services for...

BBC, 00:03 in Health
 

Monaco new boy Youri Tielemans enjoys first training session but Kylian Mbappe, Tiemoue Bakayoko, Benjamin...

Youri Tielemans enjoyed his first training session as a Monaco player on Wednesday. The Belgian joined the French club in a £21.6million early this summer and looked delighted to take part in his first drill with his new team-mates. With a big grin on...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 
Arthritis causes: Gene helping ancestors survive THIS injury left us with joint condition

Arthritis causes: Gene helping ancestors survive THIS injury left us with joint condition

A new study has suggested that the gene that helped our ancestors survive frostbite has left us with the joint condition. Frostbite is damage to skin and tissue caused by exposure to freezing temperatures, according to the NHS. The researchers at...

 
Heart health: Can you guess WHICH age most Britons start worrying about theirs?

Heart health: Can you guess WHICH age most Britons start worrying about theirs?

However, many Britons tend to ignore their heart health until they're well into middle age. New research has found that people usually only start worrying about it at an average age of 48. Additionally, for one in ten people over 45, they believed...

 

Unite tackles British Airways over scabs

Airline faces legal action for undermining strike THE government has given the go-ahead to an international scabbing operation to undermine a strike by British Airways cabin crew, it was revealed yesterday. But the workers’ union, Unite, is...

 

Labour mocks May’s defence of 1% pay cap

Lifting it would bankrupt Britain, PM claims LABOUR slammed “preposterous” Tory comments yesterday after the Conservatives claimed that lifting the 1 per cent public-sector pay cap would trigger a financial crisis like that of Greece. The assertion by...

 

Scottish Labour unveils bold industrial strategy

Scottish Labour will unveil a new industrial strategy today filled with “bold and radical ideas” to fix Scotland’s “stagnating” economy after official stats showed the nation only narrowly escaped recession. Ahead of the launch Labour’s shadow economy...

 

Ukraine: Appeal ruling on Communist Party ban due

Review of bid to stifle left-wing opposition UKRAINE’S Administrative Appeals Court will announce its decision today on whether to accept the Communist Party of Ukraine’s (KPU) appeal against its banning. The Kiev District Administrative Court ordered...

 

Australia: Map spotlights sites of genocide against aboriginal peoples

AN ONLINE map detailing the genocide of Aboriginal Australians by white settlers was launched yesterday. The tool, developed by researchers at the University of Newcastle, New South Wales, records more than 150 massacres, specifying the sites where...

 

Venezuela: Rogue helicopter-attacker calls for ‘2nd phase’ of anti-government violence

THE rogue police officer who stole a helicopter last week and used it to shoot at and drop grenades on the Interior Ministry and Supreme Court has appeared in a new video promoting anti-government violence. Oscar Perez says in the five-minute video...

 

A clarion call for unity against this anti-worker government

ONE of the most bizarre episodes during the general election concerned Theresa May’s promise of the “greatest expansion in workers’ rights by any Conservative government in history.” Admittedly that’s setting a pretty low bar, but May pledged...

 

A youth festival dedicated to the values of humanity

HARRY WARREN looks ahead to a revolutionary youth celebration in honour of peace and international solidarity U PON arrival at the Black Sea, one is met with mild weather, Russian courtesy and this October, the World Festival of Youth and Students....

 

Millennial women keep on fighting

by Chauncey K Robinson DESPITE research appearing to show that millennial women (those currently between the ages of 18-35) in the US are closing the wage gap for a variety of reasons — millennial men are earning less, some millennial women are...

 

Our movement can defeat homophobia

Trade unionists must call out discrimination wherever it occurs, says DEBBIE HAYTON LGBT+ rights are enshrined in law. The 2010 Equality Act could not be clearer: discrimination and harassment on the grounds of sexual orientation and gender...

 
‘I cut him off’: Blac Chyna responds to Rob Kardashian by chilling out on Versace bed sheets

‘I cut him off’: Blac Chyna responds to Rob Kardashian by chilling out on Versace bed sheets

Blac Chyna has fired back at Rob Kardashian after his explicit rant about her on social media. After Rob shared (then deleted) explicit pictures of Blac on Instagram and accused her of cheating on him, Blac has since responded by posting an Instagram...

Metro, 00:06 in Showbiz
 


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