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  • Kneehigh drum up troubling totalitarian metaphor


    The Tin Drum

    West Yorkshire Playhouse,

    Leeds/Touring

    3/5

    GIVEN the current political climate, it’s easy to empathise with Oskar. On his third birthday, he decides to stop growing in protest against the world.

    But that antipathy for human greed and...

    Thursday 16th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Heather counts heavy cost of Harry Potter-style success


    Heather, Bush Theatre, London

    4/5

    HEATHER — Thomas Eccleshare’s story about story-telling — charts the power both of the narratives that we create and those that we tell about ourselves.

    It’s also an exploration of all the assumptions made in...

    Thursday 16th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Merkel refuses to set date to shut coal-fired power plants


    GERMAN Chancellor Angela Merkel refused yesterday to commit to a deadline to shut down coal-burning power plants, despite demands by environmentalists as she addressed UN climate talks.

    Speaking at the COP 23 climate summit in Bonn, Ms Merkel said there would be “hard...

    Thursday 16th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • Corbyn tells students: Labour will scrap fees


    Hundreds demonstrate for universal university education in central London

    Thursday 16th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • France chosen to host 2023 World Cup over South Africa


    WORLD Rugby chair Bill Beaumont denied being humiliated yesterday after member countries voted for France to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup instead of South Africa as recommended.

    World Rugby’s independent review named South Africa as the top pick two weeks ago, but France won the...

    Thursday 16th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Sport

  • Wiggins slams UKAD for ‘living hell’ probe


    BRADLEY WIGGINS broke his silence yesterday on UK Anti-Doping’s (UKAD) investigation into allegations of wrongdoing in cycling, saying it had provoked a “malicious witch-hunt” that was “living hell” for his family.

    Wiggins welcomed yesterday’s...

    Thursday 16th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Sport

  • Children protest over New Delhi’s air pollution


    HUNDREDS of schoolchildren marched in India’s smoggy capital New Delhi yesterday to demand action on air pollution.

    Meanwhile the government pledged yesterday to bring in new fuel rules two years early. Experts said that if less-toxic fuels were paired with stringent vehicle...

    Thursday 16th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • President accuses Saudis of holding Hariri in captivity


    LEBANON’S president openly accused Saudi Arabia of

    holding his prime minister captive yesterday in an act of “aggression.”

    In the latest escalation in the crisis between the two Arab nations, President Michel Aoun said nothing could justify PM Saad...

    Thursday 16th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • Number in work suffers its biggest drop in two years


    THE number of people in work has fallen by 14,000 — the biggest reduction in over two years, according to Office for National Statistics (ONS) figures published yesterday.

    Employment was just over 32 million people in the quarter to September after the largest quarterly fall...

    Thursday 16th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • ‘It’s up to Johnson to save my wife’


    THE husband of the British woman held in an Iranian prison called on Boris Johnson yesterday to step up diplomatic efforts to win her release, condemning the government’s “softly, softly” approach.

    Richard Ratcliffe, whose wife Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has been in...

    Thursday 16th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Britain


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