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Author: Scotland Today
Working fathers across the country are set to benefit from a landmark sex discrimation case, in which a mechanic from East Lothian challenged his employers for refusing to let him work part-time.
Author: Guardian [UK]
More than 1,000 mourners turned out today in the Welsh town of Port Talbot for the funeral of a 25-year-old man killed in an explosion at the local Corus steel factory...Mr Galsworthy was the first of the three steelworkers killed in the blast to be...
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Author: Environment News Service
Balfour Beatty, the international engineering, construction and services group, has decided to pull out of the controversial Ilisu Dam project in Turkey. The decision follows a thorough and extensive evaluation of the commercial, environmental and...
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Author: BBC News
Age discrimination in Northern Ireland means older people suffer inequalities in social and health care, housing and education. These are the findings of a report for the Human Rights Commission published on Tuesday.
Author: Pippa Gallop, Corporate Watch [UK]
Author: Greg Palast, special to CorpWatch
Three confidential documents from inside the World Trade Organization Secretariat and a group of captains of London finance, who call themselves the "British Invisibles," reveal the extraordinary secret entanglement of industry with government in...
Cape plc Opens Talks With South African Asbestos Victims: First breakthrough in compensation campaign?
Author: International Federation of Chemical, Energy, Mine and General Workers' Unions [ICEM]
Cape mined asbestos in South Africa for almost a century. "Children were employed, unprotected, in the most hazardous tasks of sorting asbestos with their bare hands and trampling it with their bare feet," recalled ICEM General Secretary Fred Higgs in...
Green activists said yesterday they will descend on hundreds of Esso garages across Britain and Ireland on December 1 to urge motorists to boycott the oil giant because of its stance on global warming.
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