The typical family would get a break from the Republican tax plan, but millions could experience tax increases. Read More
Camilla Palmer and Claire Dawson call on employers to act, Annie Sedley and Jilll Wallis point to three decades of women’s campaigning, while Linda Walker wonders whether defending arming Saudi Arabia might be worse than Kneegate Abuse of power is easy when exerted against those fearful of being dismissed or sidelined. When there is power […]
Spanish judge issues warrant one day after ordering eight former members of Catalan cabinet in custody of region’s independence push A Spanish judge has issued an international arrest warrant for Catalonia’s ousted president a day after she jailed eight members of the region’s separatist government pending possible charges over last week’s declaration of independence. In […]
Privatisation is putting profits, rather than offenders, at the core of the probation service say Mike and Christine Campbell, Pat Fagg, John Harvey, Dan O’Connor and Tone Horwood Working Links, the company on which you report (Why are privatised probation services using public libraries to see clients?, 1 November), was acquired in 2016 by the […]
A federal judge’s ruling delivers a message to directors who are less than vigilant when monitoring a company for misdeeds.