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Oye! News from England
The general secretary of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union Bob Crow dies following a suspected heart attack at his home in east London.
Crow, 52, who has died in the early hours of Tuesday morning, was a media star due to his outstanding role during the U.K.’s trade union movement.
Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown has unveiled the vision for a new ‘power-sharing’ Britain to save the union of U.K. with Scotland if Scots opt to reject independence.
Through a key pro-union speech, Mr Brown has proposed six "major" constitutional changes to revamp the
The Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme named as Clare's Law, is being launched nationally on Saturday to mark the International Women’s Day to help in tackling the domestic violence.
The domestic abuse prevention scheme is named after a victim Clare Wood, 36, who was strangled and set on
The Metropolitan Police head Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe has claimed that the Ellison review findings into Stephen Lawrence murder investigation are devastating his force.
Stephen – black teenager was stabbed to death by a gang of six white youths in an unprovoked racist attack as he waited at a bus
Home Secretary Theresa May has announced a judge-led public inquiry into undercover policing after "profoundly shocking" evidence revealed that Scotland Yard spied on the family of murdered black teenager Stephen Lawrence.
18-year-old Stephen was stabbed to death by a gang of six white youths in an
Unite union will cut its funding to Labour party by £1.5 million after the Party voted in favour of far-reaching reforms to their historical links with trade unions.
After the announcement of party reforms by Labour leader Ed Miliband during the weekend, Unite, the U.K.’s biggest union, have
U.K. Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has announced on Wednesday that the dates for the two most awaited head-to-head open debates over the EU membership between him and the leader of U.K. Independence Party Nigel Farage will take place ahead of the 22 May European Parliament elections.
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