BFAWU to recall Conference

Today the Labour Party has made a clear statement of intent in its aspiration to repair its relationship with the bosses but seems to be determined to widen the divide between the representatives of labour and those our movement represent. The recent decision to proscribe organisations is seen as a divisive and a purely factional… Read more »

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Peers vote to delay bill that would allow assisted dying
Lords reject assisted dying bill

Peers have today voted to block a bill allowing terminally ill people in unbearable pain to end their own lives. After a day of passionate discussions, the House of Lords voted 148 to 100 to support an amendment put by Liberal Democrat peer Lord Carlile to postpone the assisted dying bill for six months –… Read more »