Search Resumes at Didcot Power Station

Collapse at Didcot Power Station

Search efforts have resumed to find the bodies of three men, who died when part of Didcot power station collapsed in February this year. The search was halted in May when contractors reached a 50m (164ft) exclusion zone, beyond which it was considered too dangerous to continue. Yesterday morning (Sunday 17 July) a remote demolition […]

July 2016 – In the News

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Sports Direct Treats Workers “As Commodities Rather Than Human Beings” A report by the Business, Innovation and Skills committee has accused Sports Direct, one of Europe’s biggest retailers, of not treating its workers like humans, after an investigation revealed “extremely disturbing working practices” and serious health and safety breaches at the company’s Shirebrook Warehouse. MPs […]

March 2016 – In the News

Accident on a rollercoaster.

Alton Towers owners to face prosecution The owner of Alton Towers is to be prosecuted after a rollercoaster crash last year, which left five people seriously injured. Victoria Balch and Leah Washington had their legs amputated after the crash on 2 June 2015, when the Smiler rollercoaster ride hit an empty carriage in front of it. An […]