News archive from 30 September 2016

Victory for breastfeeding

TWO women employed by cut-price airline easyJet won a victory over the right to breastfeed at work yesterday. And the breakthrough could set a precedent for other female workers. The two Bristol-based cabin crew members, Sara Ambacher and Cynthia...

 

Green councillor slams excess security

GREEN Party Councillor Scott Ainslie accused Lambeth Council yesterday of reducing access to public meetings following an increase in security measures. Mr Ainslie asked the council to reconsider plans to search bags of people participating in...

 

Virgin cleaners ballot after swathe of job cuts

CLEANERS working for Virgin Trains on its InterCity West Coast route are to vote on strike action after a sub-contractor decided to sack 15 per cent of the staff and pile their workload onto those remaining. Yesterday’s announcement by rail union RMT...

 

Staff ‘not to blame’ for shoddy trust

Inspector blasts management for south-east ambulance failure. by Sofia Lotto Persio FRONT-LINE staff are not to blame for the “inadequate” performance of the south-east coast ambulance trust (Secamb) placed in special measures, a watchdog found...

 
Ryder Cup 2016: Darren Clarke and Davis Love III name opening pairs at Hazeltine

Ryder Cup 2016: Darren Clarke and Davis Love III name opening pairs at Hazeltine

Related videos FOUR-year-old golfer sinks hole-in-one at legendary Ryder Cup venue FOUR-year-old golfer sinks hole-in-one at legendary Ryder Cup venue Piers Morgan on why to support Europe in Ryder Cup Piers Morgan gives you the PERFECT reason to...

Daily Star, 00:05 in Sport
 

Junior docs win ‘moral victory’ despite court loss

by Sofia Lotto Persio JUNIOR doctors have won a “clear moral victory” despite losing the legal argument at the High Court, campaigners said yesterday. The Keep Our NHS Public (KONP) group said the decision was a win for junior doctors’ group Justice...

 

Cash needed to stop NHS workers being paid below minimum

NHS workers will be paid less than the minimum wage in five years unless the government injects hundreds of millions of pounds into the health service, unions have warned. In their annual submission to the NHS pay review body published today, the 13...

 

Mail Group plans to axe 400 staff

THE owner of the Daily Mail newspaper is axing hundreds of jobs and closing offices to stem losses caused by plummeting advertising sales, the company revealed yesterday. Daily Mail and General Trust (DMGT) said 400 job cuts were being made across the...

 

LMA ‘concerned’ about managers taking bungs

by Our Sports Desk The League Managers Association (LMA) said yesterday that they were “extremely concerned” about allegations made in the Daily Telegraph that 10 unnamed managers took bribes connected to player transfers. The newspaper made the...

 
Take a trip down the street where the average house price is £38,000,000

Take a trip down the street where the average house price is £38,000,000

Britain’s most expensive streets have been revealed and yes, you guessed it, they’re all in London. Apple to open London headquarters in Battersea Power Station The most expensive street in the country is Kensington Palace Gardens where the average...

Metro, 00:06 in Hot News
 
New data shows 'staggering' extent of great ape trade

New data shows 'staggering' extent of great ape trade

A new database suggests say there has been a dramatic under-reporting of the live, illegal trade in great apes. Around 1,800 orangutans, chimpanzees and gorillas were seized in 23 different countries since 2005, the figures show. Since 90% of the...

BBC, 00:07 in World News
 

Tony Blair nearly quit as PM 'to seek presidency of European Commission'

Tony Blair came within days of quitting as prime minister to mount a bid to become president of the European Commission, one of his closest advisers has claimed. The diaries of Alastair Campbell, Mr Blair's high-profile director of communications,...

 
Wealth of people in their 30s has 'halved in a decade'

Wealth of people in their 30s has 'halved in a decade'

People in their early 30s are only half as wealthy as those now in their 40s were at the same age, a report finds. Today's 30-something generation has missed out on house price increases and better pensions, according to research by the Institute for...

BBC, 00:11 in Business
 
Deutsche Bank: From bombs and bravado to risks of a bailout

Deutsche Bank: From bombs and bravado to risks of a bailout

Deutsche Bank is under the most pressure a major lender has faced since the financial crisis, but many trace its woes back beyond the banking crash. On a cold November morning in 1989, Alfred Herrhausen left his house in the Hessian town of Bad...

BBC, 00:11 in Business
 
What will the rates revaluation mean for UK business?

What will the rates revaluation mean for UK business?

Thousands of firms in England and Wales are set to see dramatic changes to the amount they pay in business rates, after the government publishes the new "rateable values" of their properties on Friday. Soaring property values in parts of...

BBC, 00:11 in Business
 


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