Opinions are mixed within Leeds today as the bid to lower the voting age to 16 for the upcoming general election has failed to pass through parliament.
Leeds Hacks looks at the campaign to bring more autonomy to Yorkshire.
FirstGroup announced in May that they would be selling their bus services. West Yorkshire councils have expressed interest in buying those services, but Conservative critics have their owns concerns.
LeedsHacks spoke a postman as well as Royal Mail and the Communcation Workers Union about potential strikes.
Asda employees took to the streets of Leeds for the third time this year to protest against Contract 6. The contract will see staff members lose rights such as paid breaks and being forced to work bank holidays.
Council and voluntary groups held an awareness day in Leeds to tell people what services are available.
Exploitative college teacher contracts and poor teaching conditions in Nottingham have forced a large number of staff to go on strike for a large amount of time. The UCU supports there actions, and hopes that this doesn’t become an issue in other areas of the country.
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