News archive from 13 March 2013, page 14

EDL 'exploits sex gang perceptions'

The English Defence League (EDL) is exploiting concerns surrounding sex-grooming gangs to fuel its anti-Islam agenda, a university report has said. The far-right group is using recent cases, such as the nine Asian men jailed last year for grooming...

 

Public 'deceived' on tax avoidance

The Treasury has allowed voters to wrongly believe that a key anti-tax avoidance measure will force multinationals like Starbucks and Amazon to pay up, peers complained. A House of Lords committee said the general anti-abuse rule (Gaar) is a welcome...

 

Union set to endorse mail boycott

Industrial action by postal workers is set to come a step closer when union leaders are expected to endorse the threat of a mail boycott. The Communication Workers Union (CWU) is raising concerns about the future of the postal service as private firms...

 

Pregnant staff face discrimination

Maternity discrimination is a growing problem in the workplace, with employers' attitudes "hardening" against pregnant women, according to new research. A charity said almost 10% of calls to an advice line related to maternity issues,...

 

EDL 'exploits sex gang perceptions'

The English Defence League (EDL) is exploiting concerns surrounding sex-grooming gangs to fuel its anti-Islam agenda, a university report has said. The far-right group is using recent cases, such as the nine Asian men jailed last year for grooming...

 

Public 'deceived' on tax avoidance

The Treasury has allowed voters to wrongly believe that a key anti-tax avoidance measure will force multinationals like Starbucks and Amazon to pay up, peers complained. A House of Lords committee said the general anti-abuse rule (Gaar) is a welcome...

 

Union set to endorse mail boycott

Industrial action by postal workers is set to come a step closer when union leaders are expected to endorse the threat of a mail boycott. The Communication Workers Union (CWU) is raising concerns about the future of the postal service as private firms...

 

Pregnant staff face discrimination

Maternity discrimination is a growing problem in the workplace, with employers' attitudes "hardening" against pregnant women, according to new research. A charity said almost 10% of calls to an advice line related to maternity issues,...

 

EDL 'exploits sex gang perceptions'

The English Defence League (EDL) is exploiting concerns surrounding sex-grooming gangs to fuel its anti-Islam agenda, a university report has said. The far-right group is using recent cases, such as the nine Asian men jailed last year for grooming...

 

Public 'deceived' on tax avoidance

The Treasury has allowed voters to wrongly believe that a key anti-tax avoidance measure will force multinationals like Starbucks and Amazon to pay up, peers complained. A House of Lords committee said the general anti-abuse rule (Gaar) is a welcome...

 

Union set to endorse mail boycott

Industrial action by postal workers is set to come a step closer when union leaders are expected to endorse the threat of a mail boycott. The Communication Workers Union (CWU) is raising concerns about the future of the postal service as private firms...

 

Wales legend JPR gives damning verdict on arch-rivals' Slam bid: England are shaky, we'll break them

JPR Williams caught the smell of English blood on the Siberian wind as it whistled through the country lanes snaking around his home in the Vale of Glamorgan.The retired surgeon who stands alone as the bloodied symbol of Welsh invincibility against...

Daily Mail, 00:29 in Sport
 

Pregnant staff face discrimination

Maternity discrimination is a growing problem in the workplace, with employers' attitudes "hardening" against pregnant women, according to new research. A charity said almost 10% of calls to an advice line related to maternity issues,...

 

Walters given South Bank award

Julie Walters has been honoured with an outstanding achievement award to recognise a career spanning almost four decades. The 63-year-old actress - whose varied roles have included Molly Weasley in the Harry Potter films and a moving portrayal of the...

 

EDL 'exploits sex gang perceptions'

The English Defence League (EDL) is exploiting concerns surrounding sex-grooming gangs to fuel its anti-Islam agenda, a university report has said. The far-right group is using recent cases, such as the nine Asian men jailed last year for grooming...

 


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