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500,000 NHS workers strike

Striking health workers held a mass picket at King's College Hospital in south London (Pic: Guy Smallman)

Tomáš Tengely-Evans Up to 500,000 NHS workers in England struck out four hours today, Monday, in the first national health strike over pay for 32 years. Unison, GMB and Unite union members all walked out and the Royal College of ...

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Arrested For Sending A Tweet

Human rights defender Nabeel Rajab amid the receiving crowd

A Bahrain human rights activist currently awaiting trial has told HuffPost the British government bear some of the blame for allowing the repressive Bahraini authorities to crush the country’s democracy movement. Nabeel Rajab, president of the Bahrain Centre for Human ...

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Is The UK Planning False-flag Terror Attacks?


T.J. Coles, PIPR Official documents infer that British secret services and/or their proxies will commit terrorism and blame it on enemies in order to justify rapid military deployments. With the latest bombing of Iraq under way, the UK needs a ...

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UK poor priced out of healthy diet – report

Reuters / Dominick Reuter

Healthy eating could trim your wallet as well as your waistline due to a spike in UK food prices, according to a study by Cambridge University. Researchers examined the prices of nearly 100 “healthy foods”, including salmon, yoghurts and raw ...

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Scotland’s Referendum; the Stolen Nation


Lesley Docksey English though I am, I was both angered and saddened by the result of the Scottish Referendum; saddened because I had hoped the Yes side would win, and angered because of all the sneering, negative and arrogant campaigning ...

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UK drops charges against ex-Guantanamo inmate

Begg was among four people arrested in February under suspicion of Syria-related terrorism offences [Reuters]

Moazzam Begg to be released on Wednesday after seven terrorism charges related to Syria are dropped at pre-trial review. Moazzam Begg, a former Guantanamo Bay detainee, has been released from prison after UK prosecutors dropped seven terrorism-related charges against him linked to the ...

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UK pilots union agrees mass layoffs/pay cuts


Robert Stevens Trade unions at Monarch Airlines, Britain’s oldest surviving carrier, have agreed to cut 900 jobs, slash pay by up to 30 percent, and reduce the terms and conditions of the remaining workforce, including changing working patterns. Details have ...

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Minotaur Shit Economics


What is the similarity between George Osborne and Ed Balls? They both dance to a Phrygian flute. This was not always the case, for the economic policies of the Conservative and Labour Parties were once slightly more distinct. The blending ...

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Academies schools are grabbing our cash

School and study on a laptop

Sadie Robinson Academy trusts and their firms are grabbing “very large sums of public money” with little accountability, according to a new report. The research from London’s Institute of Education highlighted “loopholes” and “conflicts of interest” in a number of ...

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City of London vs. Scottish Independence


Scotland has a long and noteworthy history of banking. Money, savings and investing is entrenched in the culture and society. Edinburgh is the fourth largest financial centre in Europe (after London, Frankfurt and Paris). Much of this reputation has arisen ...

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Britain could assist US with Syria airstrikes


RINF EDITOR’S NOTE:  When has Britain ever refused to help America’s self-imposed and criminal role as ‘police officers of the world’. When the USA says ‘jump’, the UK always asks ‘how high?’.  Prime Minister David Cameron is supportive of President ...

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Watchdog: Children Need Better Education


A major academy chain has been heavily criticised by the schools watchdog after inspectors concluded that too many pupils are not getting a decent education. Inspectors warned that around half of the academies run by the Academies Enterprise Trust (AET) ...

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Plebgate shows police dishonesty


A Scotland Yard report on the “plebgate” saga shows “industrial levels of dishonesty by police working in Downing Street”, an MP has claimed. The force has published a series of documents summarising its inquiry into the aftermath of the confrontation, ...

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