The economic crisis continues.
This is a video about massive unemployment and homelessness in the USA.
Britain: THOUSANDS of London Underground (LU) workers warned the capital’s transport bosses on Monday that they are to ballot for strike action over job cuts and pay: here.
PRIME Minister Gordon Brown failed to condemn Employment Minister Tony McNulty on Monday for scooping up £60,000 in second-home allowance while spearheading an attack on unemployment benefits: here.
JOURNALISTS reacted with fury on Monday to Daily Mail bosses’ demands for massive job cuts at the newspaper’s regional titles: here.
SCOTTISH teachers warned on Monday that planned cuts to music classes and staff were “short-sighted in the extreme”: here.
UNIONS called for firms to be named and shamed on Monday after government inspectors found nearly 100 businesses were responsible for ripping off workers in north-east England by paying them less than the minimum wage last year: here.
Scaremongering or reporting? How the British media has covered the recession: here.
The Labour Party in the UK hasn’t been a party for workers for a long time. Now it’s clear that it isn’t a party for musicians either: here.
Workers from the occupied Prisme packaging plant in Dundee will be joining the Put People First march in London this Saturday: here.