Union attacked for ‘pure propaganda’ after saying borders are less secure during strikes

Union attacked for ‘pure propaganda’ after saying borders are less secure during strikes

As well as Manchester, border staff have walked out at Gatwick, Heathrow, Birmingham, Cardiff and Glasgow airports and the port of Newhaven. Most passengers can avoid disruption by using e-gates but families have to go through manual checks, since children under 12 can not use them. Since the strike began, airports have reported few delays … Read more

Martin Roberts advises those who aren't in the process of trying to buy a house to 'not panic' – GBNews

Martin Roberts advises those who aren't in the process of trying to buy a house to 'not panic' – GBNews

Martin Roberts advises those who aren’t in the process of trying to buy a house to ‘not panic’  GBNews Homes Under the Hammer star Martin Roberts’ advice after reports of huge drop in house prices  Wales Online View Full Coverage on Google News

Islamist groups funded by taxpayer, Prevent review finds

Islamist groups funded by taxpayer, Prevent review finds

But on Wednesday, government sources denied there had been any “redactions” or that the report was delayed by a row between Suella Braverman, the Home Secretary, and Michael Gove, the Levelling Up Secretary, over removing names. A Downing Street spokesman said: “The review will be published in due course. It remains right that we take … Read more

MPs ‘met by sex workers at hotel’ during foreign trip

MPs ‘met by sex workers at hotel’ during foreign trip

British MPs on a visit to a foreign country were met at their hotel by sex workers, it has been claimed. The revelation came amid concern that parliamentarians and peers were engaging in “sex and heavy drinking” on overseas trips.  The claims will fuel questions over the purpose of all-party parliamentary groups (APPGs) – unofficial … Read more

Sandhurst urged to tackle ‘toxic culture’ of sexual assault

Sandhurst urged to tackle ‘toxic culture’ of sexual assault

The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst is being urged to tackle a “toxic culture” of sexual assault, with a charity saying hundreds of servicewomen had reported abuse during their training. Salute Her UK, a charity for female military personnel who have experienced sexual assault and rape, called on Army chiefs and the Ministry of Defence (MoD) … Read more

Rishi Sunak urged to speed up new anti-strike laws as rail chaos continues

Rishi Sunak urged to speed up new anti-strike laws as rail chaos continues

Earlier this month, Mr Sunak told Prime Minister’s Questions he would look at “tough” new laws to combat strikes. Downing Street indicated this could include minimum service levels for the NHS, and even a ban on ambulance drivers and other emergency workers such as firemen taking strike action, bringing them in line with the police. … Read more