The Attorney General’s office has said it plans to push forward contempt of court proceedings against retired social worker Trudi Warner.
Climate campaigners say the right to jury trial faces unprecedented threats – with several activists facing court proceedings for telling jurors of their ‘right to acquit’ on conscience
The man picked by the Conservative Party to stand in Nadine Dorries’ Mid Bedfordshire seat already has a string of controversies under his belt
The endorsement thrusts her campaign into the centre of a debate about empire in what is a proudly multicultural city
The fight against climate change is failing to put a dent in the huge profits of the same companies who helped fuel the crisis
If a new ‘Hijab and Chastity Bill’ succeeds with no condemnation from voices abroad, the international community will be culpable, writes Parisa Hashempour
A prominent women’s rights activist complained about a “defender” of an alleged abuser sitting on the board of a whistleblowing charity. The reply she got blew her away.
“Apparently, he is ‘putting Ashfield on the map’. I think he is making us a laughing stock” one constituent said
Keir Starmer’s spokesman opened the door to a potential U-turn on his plans to keep the controversial cap, following growing criticism from Labour MPs
“People feel very let down” by Sir Keir Starmer, the Unite leader tells Byline Times.
Staff of St Mungo’s charity have begun an indefinite strike over pay, following allegations of a ‘25 minute shouting match’ at union reps by CEO Emma Haddad
Low-paid migrant workers, including cleaners at the Department for Education, are taking coordinated strike action in London
University workers are fighting for job security and fair pay. But docking lecturers’ pay risks worsening industrial action, UCU activist Dr Antonia Dawes writes
Analysis for Byline Times reveals charity sector employees are themselves being pushed into poverty pay, Nic Murray reports. But staff are fighting back
Keir Starmer has refused to back changing the voting system – but calls to do so are becoming difficult to ignore, Josiah Mortimer reports
On the three-year anniversary of Keir Starmer becoming Labour Leader, Adam Bienkov analyses whether he has kept to his word or broken it
The Minimum Service Levels Bill is ‘almost certainly’ against international law – meaning any fines or sackings would be thrown out, according to a leading labour lawyer
Outsourced Vodafone HQ cleaners face ‘victimisation’ after pushing for higher pay while cleaning next to millionaire boss, Josiah Mortimer reports
Otto English takes a deep dive into the chilling world of a big new theory that has caught the eye of libertarian influencers, extremists and members of the public alike
The Minimum Service Levels Bill – and plans to scrap all ‘retained’ EU laws – could be in breach of the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement, reports Josiah Mortimer