Proposals that could slash the number of councillors in Labour’s heartland cities by up to a third are being mooted by the Local Government Boundary Commission for England.
The GMB union warned that a European Parliament vote on the proposed European Union-United States trade deal will open the door to a range of chemicals linked to infertility and …
Public spending watchdogs warned that Whitehall has failed to plan properly for the implications of past and future cuts to civil service staffing.
The latest report published by the Business Department puts trade union membership in Britain at 6.4 million.
Islamic State (IS) continues to gain more ground in Syria – it is now in control of all borders crossing with Iraq and most of Sunni provinces.
Inconclusive general election results plunged Turkey into a period of uncertainty as President Recep Tayyip Erdogan conceded that no party can govern alone.
A Ukrainian man suspected of Nazi war crimes died in Canada, aged 93.
Thousands took part in marches across Argentina, Chile and Uruguay to condemn violence against women.
Former Chancellor Lord Lawson warned that David Cameron is unlikely to achieve anything of significance as he seeks to renegotiate Britain’s membership of the European Union.
Almost a third of the British population suffered income poverty in at least one year between 2010 and 2013, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
The health and safety watchdog has launched nearly 300 investigations at schools in the past three years, the Schools Week website reported.
More than two out five university and college lecturers on casual contracts, including zero-hours contracts, have struggled to pay household bills.
The Office of National Statistics (ONS) reported that growth in weekly earnings in 2014 was the lowest for 17 years.
A union chief condemned a fraudulent Government move to outlaw the use of exclusivity clauses in zero-hours.
Union members are much more likely to receive job-related training, according to a new report.