Ellen Kemp looks into the sexual abuse scandal involving vulnerable people that didn’t rock the nation.
With pay stagnating and conditions under constant review by management bus workers in the Midlands have voted three to one in favour of industrial action.
Two major victories for government supporters of Private Finance Initiative (PFI) funding for improvements to public services have been approved in the last two weeks.
Major legal battles have been taking place regarding private pension funds and the protections being offered to workers.
Tuesday 28th March 2006 saw over a million workers take part in the largest one day strike in Britain since the general strike of 1926.
Workers across more than nine different unions are set to strike today over an attack on the local government pension scheme, with the Labour government planning to increase the age workers can retire at.
In 2014, Glasgow intends to host the Commonwealth Games.
In 2007 and 2008, Glasgow intends to prepare for that great event by selling off football pitches at Maryhill Road, North Kelvinside; Acre Road, Summerston; and Cowlairs Park, Springburn.
Our exposure to Depleted Uranium is posing a danger that is being wilfully downplayed and ignored. John Couzin investigates