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10/02/22 2:41 PM
UK Prime Minister Liz Truss on Sunday conceded she should have better prepared Britain for her recent debt-fuelled mini-budget, which sparked a week of market turmoil, dismal headlines and disastrous...
10/02/22 11:55 AM
Hundreds of thousands people marched and rallied Saturday in over 50 towns and cities across the UK on a National Day of Action protesting the cost of living crisis in the largest wave of simultaneous protests seen in Britain for many years.The organizers of the 'Enough is Enough' campaign lists their five demands as:A real pay riseSlash energy billsEnd food povertyDecent homes for allTax the rich"The people need to be out in the streets and demanding change from this government, and if necessary, a change of government entirely," said Mick Lynch, general secretary of the National Union of Rail, Maritime, and Transport Workers (RMT), in a TV interview Friday, as he noted that top executives in the rail industry are expected to gain up to £60,000 ($67,000) from the "mini-budget" introduced by the Conservative government last week.At King’s Cross rail station in central London, activists supported striking rail workers by rallying outside.MP Jeremy Corbyn, the former Labour leader, spoke to the large crowd in London denouncing the new government’s plans to cut taxes for the richest and benefits for the poorest.“Our strength is our organization, our strength is our unity,” Corbyn said. “So let’s stand up for what we believe in.”Don't Pay, a campaign to encourage people to not pay their energy bills, also joined Saturday's rallies.GlasgowNottinghamSheffieldLiverpoolBirmingamNorwichManchesterNewcastleCardiff
10/01/22 6:22 AM
Australian women working on research bases in Antarctica have been plagued by a widespread culture of sexual harassment, a recently released report found.
Top US News
10/01/22 12:15 AM
Capt. Lillian Carranza sued the city, claiming the LAPD did nothing about a fake nude photo of her shared by officers.
10/02/22 12:00 PM
The U.S. exit left thousands of Afghans in danger who say they were "blacklisted" and ineligible for visas despite having aided the United States.
10/03/22 1:00 PM
While there's no shortage of pundits, politicians and other prognosticators clamoring to declare the end of the pandemic, the ultimate call is up to the World Health Organization.
Latest Sports News
06/21/22 6:58 AM
"Strong Like A Woman," by Laken Litman, highlights 100 game-changing women in sports and celebrates the 50th anniversary of Title IX.
10/03/22 7:02 AM
Sidney Crosby was happy to see Evgeni Malkin and Kris Letang return, hoping to make another run with the Penguins' dynastic core.
10/01/22 11:27 PM
College football fans were treated to thrilling upsets, come-from-behind victories, and plenty of jaw-dropping stats on Saturday.