Month: July 2018

Job fears as Japanese bid to build Royal Navy support ships

Union warns of setback for shipyard workers if contract goes abroad Fears are mounting that a billion-pound contract to build a new fleet of ships for the Royal Navy could go to a Japanese company. The move would trigger dismay in UK military circles and would be seen as a major setback for the country’s…

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SAVE NICHOLSON HALL – Let Gosport Council Know YOUR View!

Gosport Borough Council has launched a consultation on the future of the Bury Road Conservation Area, which includes the iconic Nicholson Hall. Nicholson Hall, long-time home to a number of important community groups, is under threat as the hall and the land around it are to be sold off by the owners. Currently, Nicholson Hall…

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Four years of fighting – the school cuts bite.

My son James is a bright and remarkable young man. He has ADHD and autism, and needs support to help him find his place in the world. It took us four years of fighting to get James a place in a specialist school and the support he needs. Will you share our story with others to make…

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Share to say you’ll be there for our NHS

70 years ago the NHS was founded because people came together to say that everyone deserves to be cared for, no matter who they are. Together, we’ll be there to make sure it’s around for another 70 more years. If you will too, please watch and share this video.

MoD jobs row deepens as union says workers now face redundancy

Article by Tom Cottrill in Portsmouth News JOBS are in the firing line for civilian workers at a number of military hubs as a bitter employment row rubbles on. Unite, Britain’s biggest union, said at least six people working for contractor ESS, are to be made redundant. The workers provide a range of services at…

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