Almost 140 companies, including some of the UK’s biggest household names, are being named and shamed today for failing to pay their workers the minimum wage. Investigated between 2016 and 2018, the 139 named companies failed to pay £6.7 million … Continue reading Rogue Employers Named and Shamed
There is a single word that serves as a fitting representation of 2020 – ‘Resilience’. A year in review might suggest that the moments are behind us. What 2020 has shown is the events that defined this year. Here is … Continue reading 2020 – the “unprecedented” Year!
Fifth hunter-killer submarine named Anson Anson, the Royal Navy’s latest Astute Class attack submarine, has officially been named in a virtual ceremony at BAE Systems’ Barrow-in-Furness shipyard today. Anson is the fifth Astute-class submarine being built by BAE systems. Astute Class submarines are the largest, most advanced and most powerful attack submarines ever operated by the Royal Navy, and Anson is the fifth to be officially named. The last HMS Anson (1942 to 1951) was a King George V-class battleship, which saw active service in World War Two. All eight Anson vessels have been named after an Admiral of the … Continue reading HMS Anson – 5th Gen Navy Submarine
Yesterday the government announced an extra £170m for local authorities to support families in England with essentials this winter. We’re calling for this to be given as cash to families. I am sure you will agree with us that families should have the dignity of making their own choices about how to meet their children’s needs. We want parents to be able to buy food for their families, and also be able to heat their homes and buy clothing, toys and other things their children need. The government also said they would extend school holiday programmes to more children in England – … Continue reading Welcomed News on Free School Meals over Winter
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Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp was a series of protest camps established to protest nuclear weapons being placed at RAF Greenham Common in Berkshire, England. The camp began in September 1981 after a Welsh group, Women for Life on Earth, … Continue reading The Greenham Common Protest