SCOTTISH Labour interim leader Alex Rowley has stepped down from his role following claims about his conduct, the party said yesterday.
The Scottish Sun published allegations that the Mid Scotland and Fife MSP sent abusive text messages to a former partner.
He referred himself...
Thursday 16th Nov 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
LACK of funding for the NHS and a drop in the number of nurses have contributed to 120,000 unnecessary deaths in England since 2010, according to new research.
The number of deaths in England fell by an average of 0.77 per cent every year between 2001-10, but rose by an average of 0.87...
CHRISTMAS revellers in Yorkshire and the Midlands could be forced to celebrate the festive season without beer if delivery drivers vote to strike over long-running health and safety concerns.
The drivers’ union Unite, which represents more than 100 drivers and drivers’...
JEREMY CORBYN mocked Boris Johnson yesterday during Prime Ministers Questions for lamenting the closure of a police station that was shut down under a policy he introduced as mayor of London.
The Labour leader told MPs that Foreign Secretary Mr Johnson tweeted earlier this month that...
McDonnell calls for Chancellor to reveal what Budget will cost the planet
Wednesday 15th Nov 2017
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
Next week’s Budget must scrap the cap, says TUC
THE entire leadership of a constituency Labour Party (CLP) in Sussex has resigned in a bitter row over allegations of transphobia.
The resignation of all six members of the Bexhill & Battle Labour Party executive committee was confirmed in a letter seen by the Star.
THERESA MAY was accused of seeking to distract attention from her government’s failings yesterday after claiming that Russia has been seeking to “sow discord in the West” by “meddling” in elections and spreading fake news.
The Prime Minister referred to...
More than 5,000 heads write to No 10 calling for extra £1.7 billion to keep their schools running
NURSES are having to resort to foodbanks and rip-off payday loan sharks to survive as the government’s onslaught on the National Health Service continues, according to new research.
They are also being driven out of the NHS in increasing numbers in search of better-paid jobs,...
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain