The Shadow Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy – Labour’s Rebecca Long-Bailey – has reconfirmed her party’s commitment to repeal the Trade Union Act of 2016 and to set up a new Ministry of Labour.
Over the next few weeks the People’s History Museum in Manchester will be home to a dazzlingly colourful Sylvia Pankhurst bee in commemoration of her work with the suffragette movement.
Manchester paused this week to debate whether students should be paying the real living wage – as part of a national week to shed light on the issue.
Show Racism the Red Card is staging a special screening of a film about immigration at Manchester’s National Football Museum next week.
Long hours, staff shortages and mental demands – they’re the reasons why 90% of ambulance workers in the North West are suffering from work-related stress and more than four in five are thinking of quitting.
Mr Stewart also claimed that the current advanced ticketing system wouldn’t be used for Wednesday’s meeting.
Oldham Council have admitted that it may be forced to close all but one of their youth centres if plans to make handover services to charity provision go ahead
Nurses, midwives and ambulance staff staged the walkout over the Government’s decision not to go ahead with the planned 1% pay-rise
The head of Unison has urged NHS staff to ‘keep on fighting’ after six different unions in Manchester took part in the first nationwide health service walkout for 32 years.
‘Utter contempt’: Unison boss slams Government as Manchester NHS staff get set for nationwide walkout
NHS workers will stage a four-hour strike on Monday October 13, confirmed Unison, in a row over pay.
Marchers, brought together by Unison, will assemble at Castlefield Arena on Liverpool Road at 11am tomorrow to protest against austerity