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  • Sellafield bosses ban staff meetings


    SELLAFIELD bosses are “turning the screw” on fed-up workers by banning meetings at the nuclear processing plant amid looming strike action, the Unite union revealed yesterday.

    The union is preparing to ballot its 2,000 members at the site over a “completely...

    Friday 18th Aug 2017

    posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain

  • After gruelling journey, pair hope to become doctors


    TWO Syrian refugees who arrived in Britain after a “tortuous two-month journey” celebrated A-level results yesterday as they got the grades to fulfil their dreams of becoming doctors.

    Sulaiman Wihba and Elias Baldwin fled their war-torn country and were offered scholarships...

    Friday 18th Aug 2017

    posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain

  • Tory exam revamp causing chaos in education system


    TEACHERS and students have “struggled to get to grips” with changes to A-level exams, unions warned yesterday as school leavers collected their results.

    The national proportion of As and A*s rose for the first time in six years, with boys scoring better than girls for the...

    Friday 18th Aug 2017

    posted by Conrad Landin in Britain

  • Lib Dem embroiled in expenses row


    LIB DEM deputy leader Jo Swinson came under fire from the SNP yesterday after it came to light that she wasted over £2,000 on undelivered leaflets.

    Ms Swinson’s campaign spending came just £210 under the limit but reports say this was only after £7,000 was...

    Friday 18th Aug 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • Corbyn: PM is focusing on avoiding criticism in Grenfell inquiry


    JEREMY CORBYN has written to Prime Minister Theresa May demanding further action on the Grenfell inquiry.

    In the letter released yesterday following the publication of the probe’s terms of reference, the Labour leader raises concerns about the “decision to exclude the...

    Friday 18th Aug 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • 7-year-old asks Jezza: ‘When will you be PM?’


    A SEVEN-YEAR-OLD girl asked Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn when he will become prime minister during his tour of Tory marginal seats in the north-west.

    Mr Corbyn visited a children’s art workshop at the Whitaker museum, Rossendale, where Isla McChesney said: “Excuse me, when...

    Friday 18th Aug 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • Corbyn: Champion right to step down from role


    JEREMY CORBYN has denied claims he sacked Sarah Champion over her incendiary comments about British Pakistani men raping white girls.

    The Labour leader insisted yesterday his party would not “demonise” any particular group and said the shadow Cabinet minister had been right...

    Friday 18th Aug 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • Results held back after possible leak of papers


    A CRIMINAL investigation into a possible leak of maths and economics papers saw exam results witheld from a “small number” of A-level students yesterday.

    Some students are believed to have accessed an internet forum containing crucial information about the tests hours...

    Friday 18th Aug 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • Brum bin workers crush council cut


    After weeks of inaction (and amid rising stink) chiefs are finally set to dump job loss plan – with poor grace

    Thursday 17th Aug 2017

    posted by Conrad Landin in Britain

  • Britain plummeting into a ‘cost-of-living crisis’


    TUC warns Tories ‘sitting on hands’ while real wages fall for fourth month

    Thursday 17th Aug 2017

    posted by Conrad Landin in Britain


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