Ahead of tomorrow's strike, a Justice Minister defends the government's proposals to partially privatise the probation service by cutting re-offending on a payment-by-results basis.
Ahead of tomorrow's strike a Justice Minister defends the Government's proposals to partially privatise the service by cutting re-offending on a payment-by-results basis
We speak to the brother of a British doctor who disappeared in Syria a year ago during a humanitarian mission. He says his brother is being held at a military prison in Damascus.
New levels for the so-called "Living Wage" have been announced. It's gone up 35p in London and up 20p in the rest of the UK. Labour are offering a tax break for companies that sign up to it, but the Government say that's unaffordable. Do companies have a moral duty to offer a "living wage"?