Cuts and PFI debts put NHS jobs at risk

Published: October 19, 2012
Written by Keith Richmond

The scale of the problems caused by the Conservative-led coalition’s public sector cuts – and the difficulties caused by New Labour’s controversial and much-criticised Private Finance Initiative in the National …

UN may strip UK of its A-list status over cuts

Published: October 5, 2012
Written by David Hencke

The United Nations is considering stripping the United Kingdom of itsA-list status as a defender of international human rights because of deep cuts being imposed by Theresa May, the Home …

Cuts could curb exposure of bad companies

Published: June 1, 2012
Written by David Hencke

The Government is using its agenda to cut “red tape” for business as a cover to change the law to limit whistleblowers revealing bad practices in private companies. The move …

Women hit worst by cuts

Published: March 9, 2012
Written by Keith Richmond

The Conservative-led coalition’s savage cuts to services and benefits in Britain are disproportionately affecting women, says Emily Thornberry, Shadow Attorney General and Labour MP for Islington South and Finsbury. Speaking …

Tory cuts again target midwife services

Published: November 5, 2011
Written by Jill Palmer

Having a baby should be a time of joy. Yet financial cutbacks and  shortages of midwives are filling mums-to-be with anxiety and alarm. Two weeks ago, a friend of mine …