Monday, July 16, 2018

Efforts to beat cancer hamstrung by cuts to local anti-smoking services

Efforts to prevent unnecessary cancer deaths are being hamstrung by “staggering cuts” to public health which have seen councils slash spending on stop...

Immigration is a ‘good thing’ for Britain says Brexit-backing Wetherspoons head

JD Wetherspoon‘s Brexit-backing chairman has admitted the future success of Britain’s economy will rely on inward immigration which he said was a “good...

Daniela Katzenberger – Die Powerfrau ist jetzt auch im Kino zu sehen.

Der ehemalige Kinderstar, Daniela Katzenberger, ist bald auch auf Großleinwand zu sehen. Die Schlagersängerin hat auch ein Schauspielerisches Talent, welches Ihre Fans bald im Kino bewundern können. Zwar spielt Daniela Katzenberger...

Donald Trump’s sexual assault allegations: The full list of women who have accused the...

A year after women came forward to accuse then-presidential candidate Donald Trump of sexual assault or harassment, the issue is once again at the...

European Court ruling ‘shows how Brexit will be a disaster for workers’ rights’

A European court ruling in favour of a gig economy worker who never got a paid holiday in 13 years has been declared...

MPs call for investigation into proposed merger between SSE and Npower

MPs are calling on the competition watchdog to launch an investigation into a proposed merger of the UK retail operations of energy companies...

Uber’s bid to appeal driver case to UK Supreme Court rejected

Uber’s request to appeal a workers’ rights decision to the UK Supreme Court was rejected, according to drivers’ union Independent Workers Union of...

London Stock Exchange shareholders have lost faith in chairman, says activist investor

An activist investor has claimed shareholders have "lost faith" in London Stock Exchange (LSE) chairman Donald Brydon as it released a damning dossier...

More than 700 fewer nurses training in England in first year after NHS bursary...

Seven hundred fewer nurses started training in England in 2017, the first year since the Government scrapped training bursaries in a bid to allow...

EU court backs British worker’s claim for 13 years of holiday pay in ‘bombshell’...

The EU’s top court has backed a British window salesman in a bombshell ruling over unpaid holiday during 13 years of employment. The...

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