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Survivor welcomes plans to introduce CCTV in taxis across the UK

Survivor welcomes plans to introduce CCTV in taxis across the UK

Tue 25 Sep 2018

CAMPAIGNER Sammy Woodhouse has welcomed Government recommendations to install audio recording and CCTV equipment in all taxis across the country.

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  • Letter: National sovereignty not an abstract concept

    Letter: National sovereignty not an abstract concept

    By READER: Mrs P Cook on Wed 16 Mar 2016

    THERE must be many people like me for whom national sovereignty is not an abstract concept. Many people understand deep down in their blood and bones something that Cameron and others struggle to get their heads around.

  • Letter: We must be masters of our own destiny

    Letter: We must be masters of our own destiny

    By READER: Ray Darby on Wed 16 Mar 2016

    WITH David Cameron making a case for 80 million Turkish muslims to join the European Union, this must surely be the nail in the coffin for the people wanting to stay in.

  • Letter: Services are a lifeline for families

    Letter: Services are a lifeline for families

    By READER: Una Summerson on Wed 09 Mar 2016

    AS Rotherham Council finalises its budgets for the next financial year, Contact a Family, the national charity that supports families with disabled children, has published worrying new research showing that spending on short break (or respite) services for

  • Letter: Disgusted at UKIP steel stance

    Letter: Disgusted at UKIP steel stance

    By READER: N Harper on Wed 09 Mar 2016

    HAVING watched the web cast of the recent council meeting,

  • Letter:  Poor tree work is rife in Rotherham

    Letter: Poor tree work is rife in Rotherham

    By READER: David Sotheran on Tue 01 Mar 2016

    AS I have been professionally involved in the arboricultural industry for 40 years I read with interest the letter from Mr Ray Hill where he expresses his concern about poor tree management.

  • Hospital’s confidentiality system falls short

    Hospital’s confidentiality system falls short

    By READER on Tue 01 Mar 2016

    UNTIL retiring I worked for a company which handled sensitive data on a daily basis. Breaches of confidentiality were dealt with very severely. The reason it was taken so seriously was that failure a) could lead to quite stiff penalties and b) had in the p

  • Steel for HS2 must come from the UK

    Steel for HS2 must come from the UK

    By READER: Bob Lax on Tue 23 Feb 2016

    ONLY a few weeks after the closure of the Redcar Steel Works, and the loss of thousands of jobs in the steel works at Port Talbot, Scunthorpe, Rotherham and Sheffield, the Chancellor George Osborne specifically asked China to tender for the supply of steel

  • Save Our Steel

    Save Our Steel

    By READER: Binoy Joseph on Tue 23 Feb 2016

    I LIVE in Scunthorpe and recently I started an e-petition online regarding struggling steel works and power stations due to environmental policy changes.

  • Scared of advertising Rotherham?

    Scared of advertising Rotherham?

    By READER: Karen Fletcher on Tue 23 Feb 2016

    I WAS amazed on reading in last Sunday’s national newspapers that McCarthy & Stone, who advertise themselves as “The UK’s leading retirement housebuilder”, was advertising the sale of apartments at their new development in Wickersley, stating that it is lo

  • Energy companies not honest

    Energy companies not honest

    By READER: D Kay on Tue 23 Feb 2016

    I BELIEVE energy companies are not being honest with customers.

  • Vote to stay in EU, lose job!

    Vote to stay in EU, lose job!

    By READER: Ray Darby on Tue 23 Feb 2016

    I HOPE that any MP thinking of following Mr Cameron in his pathetic proposals for us to stay in the EU by his promises of promotion realises that if they ignore the wishes of their own voters then promotion won’t be an issue for them as they will not be e

  • Celebrate work of unions

    Celebrate work of unions

    By READER: Karen Fletcher on Tue 23 Feb 2016

    RECENTLY it was ‘heartunions week’, celebrating the work trade unions and their network of volunteer reps do to help working people every day.

  • Pupils ‘on the move’

    Pupils ‘on the move’

    By Admin on Wed 10 Feb 2016

    PUPILS learned all about life “on the move” when they received a surprise visit from a massive truck.

  • Double Success

    Double Success

    By Admin on Wed 10 Feb 2016

    TWO star students flamencoed off with the top prize in a university’s annual Spanish competition.

  • Learning more about heroine Anne Frank

    Learning more about heroine Anne Frank

    By Admin on Wed 10 Feb 2016

    YOUNG people from schools across Rotherham are getting behind a major new exhibition on the life of Anne Frank.