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Popular Sheffield Cafe first to recognise Trade Union

The workers and owners of a popular local café/restaurant have forged a union recognition agreement thought to be a first of its kind in the city. South Street Kitchen in Park Hill has agreed to undertake collective bargaining with their workers’ union of choice, Bakers, Food and Allied Workers Union (BFAWU). The agreement means that the owners… Read more »

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BASC cooks up a storm with colleges across the country

BASC’s wild food team is celebrating educating more than 700 members of the next generation of chefs about game meat in the last year. BASC has worked with 36 colleges across the UK since early 2021 to highlight the field to fork journey of game meat to students and staff and to highlight and promote… Read more »

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Ken Livingstone, former Mayor of London
Livingstone loses battle with Daily Mail

By Ian Dunt Former London Mayor Ken Livingstone has lost an complaint against the Daily Mail over claims he “dodged” a train fare. Mr Livingstone failed to buy a ticket when travelling to Slough from Paddington earlier this year, after he was unable to queue for a ticket due to a tube delay. He said… Read more »

David Cameron said he was 'deeply saddened and worried' about the case of Gary McKinnon
Govt defeats McKinnon extradition vote

By Liz Stephens and Ian Dunt A fight by the Tories to prevent the extradition of computer hacker Gary McKinnon to the US was defeated today. The Conservatives devoted today’s opposition day debate to the matter of Mr McKinnon, a UFO enthusiast suffering from Aspergers Syndrome who is due to be extradited to the US… Read more »