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Carers lose Supreme Court fight for minimum wage overnight and £400m in back pay

Carers lose Supreme Court fight for minimum wage overnight and £400m in back pay

Carers have lost a five-year legal battle to be paid minimum wage while they sleep at work during on-call shifts - and that means they can't claim for arrears going back yearsVideo UnavailableThousands of carers have lost a Supreme Court fight to be paid the minimum wage during overnight shifts - depriving them of an estimated £400million in back pay. faces desperate pleas to finally reform the system after the UK's highest court dismissed a claim for £8.91-an-hour when carers are sleeping, but on call, at their workplace. Justice Lady Arden said carer Claire Tomlinson-Blake - who first...

Mar 19
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Anti-protest Police Bill 'that would make a dictator blush' passes Commons vote

Anti-protest Police Bill 'that would make a dictator blush' passes Commons vote

The proposed law - which passed a crucial hurdle tonight - would make it illegal to cause "serious annoyance", allow police to impose noise limits on protests and criminalise protesters camping in a fieldVideo UnavailableA crackdown on the right to protest that would "make a dictator blush" tonight passed a crucial hurdle in the House of Commons. The Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill passed its second reading 359-263 after it was overwhelmingly backed by Tory MPs. There were no Tory rebels and only three Tory MPs did not vote either way: Anne Marie Morris, Desmond Swayne and Charles...

Mar 16
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Test and Trace chief Dido Harding ordered to self-isolate by coronavirus app

Test and Trace chief Dido Harding ordered to self-isolate by coronavirus app

The embattled Tory ally now joins Boris Johnson in having to isolate - apparently due to contact with someone who has Covid-19 Test and Trace chief Dido Harding has been ordered to self-isolate by the government's own app. The embattled Tory peer revealed she had been contacted by the app and told to self-isolate for nine days. She joins and almost a dozen Tory MPs in having to quarantine, after an MP who visited No10 later tested positive. The incidents are not known to be connected. She tweeted: "Nothing like personal experience of your own products ....got this overnight. Feeling well....

Nov 18
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Jeremy Corbyn suspended from Labour in 'day of shame' for the party

Jeremy Corbyn suspended from Labour in 'day of shame' for the party

The bombshell move will go down in history after Jeremy Corbyn - leader until just months ago - accused "opponents" of exaggerating anti-Semitism on the same day Labour was found to have breached equality lawVideo UnavailableJeremy Corbyn was today suspended from the Labour Party after he claimed the scale of anti-Semitism was "dramatically overstated for political reasons". The bombshell move was announced against Keir Starmer's predecessor hours after he accused "opponents and the media" of exaggerating anti-Jewish racism. It came as a watchdog report found Mr Corbyn's office unlawfully...

Oct 29
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UK coronavirus alert level raised to 4 after infections soar

UK coronavirus alert level raised to 4 after infections soar

The recommendation was announced by the UK's four chief medical officers after new infections surged to an estimated 6,000 per dayVideo UnavailableThe UK's coronavirus alert level is to be raised from 3 to 4 in the first change since June after infections soared. The four Chief Medical Officers recommended the change tonight and it was confirmed by Health Secretary Matt Hancock. The change was announced after - and as Boris Johnson prepares to announce new restrictions tomorrow. It's understood No10 is considering a national 10pm curfew for pubs and restaurants, and a ban on any two...

September 21, 2020
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Boris Johnson puts own brother and billionaire donor in House of Lords for life

Boris Johnson puts own brother and billionaire donor in House of Lords for life

The 36 peerages quietly slipped out today - which also include a former City Hall aide and Brexiteer cricketer Ian Botham - were today branded a 'mockery of democracy'Boris Johnson today put his own brother, his former boss, a billionaire Tory donor, a former top aide and a Brexiteer cricketer in the House of Lords for life. The Prime Minister was slammed for an "insult to voters" amid the pandemic - with one MP branding the move "the worst kind of cronyism". also bagged a place for his long-time political secretary in the chamber, where the names of a whopping 36 new peers were quietly...

July 31, 2020
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Tory MPs vote down legal bid to protect the NHS in a US trade deal

Tory MPs vote down legal bid to protect the NHS in a US trade deal

Tory MPs defeated a Labour amendment to include 'cast-iron' guarantees for the health service in the Trade Bill - as well as one designed to avoid chlorine-washed chickenTory MPs last night voted down a legal bid to protect the NHS in a future trade deal with the US. put forward an amendment to the Trade Bill which would have barred any deal which "undermines or restricts" a comprehensive public-funded health service, free at the point of delivery. The amendment would have banned any deal that undermined the ability "to maintain the quality and safety of health or care services". It would...

July 21, 2020
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Coronavirus approval rating plunges as city leaders blast Boris Johnson

Coronavirus approval rating plunges as city leaders blast Boris Johnson

More people now disapprove of the government's response than approve of it, a new poll shows - as a lockdown revolt mounts in England's regionsThe government's approval rating over coronavirus has plunged as regional anger mounts at Boris Johnson's handling of the pandemic. A new Opinium poll shows 39% approve of the government's handling of the crisis, while 42% disapprove. That is the first time more people have disapproved than approved of the government's response in an Opinium poll. And it is a massive drop from a peak just after lockdown - when 65% of people approved of the...

May 17, 2020
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