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The Labour leader sets out a vision for a more just international order and a new and independent foreign policy for Britain when he becomes Prime Minister
SOLOMON HUGHES reports on the competing sugar firms that are putting money into Tory pockets as they attempt to shape what kind of Brexit we have
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ACTIVISTS from Justice Mexico Now (JMN) protested outside the Mexican embassy in London yesterday against a new law that will allow the military to police street demonstrations.
Campaigners handed in a letter to the ambassador noting that the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights has called on Mexico’s government not to impose the Internal Security Law.
JMN says the law
We need clear public procurement rules that bar companies involved in blacklisting from bidding for public sector contracts, write GAIL CARTMAIL and HOWARD BECKETT
BEN CHACKO and ROB WELLS explore the lows and lows of Hammond's 2017 Budget
Report reveals shocking scale of sexual harassment suffered in classrooms
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by Felicity Collier
Even ex-Civil Service head couldn’t turn round cuts basket case
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VENEZUELAN President Nicolas Maduro praised the “extraordinary electoral participation” in weekend local polls as socialists made sweeping gains.
United Socialist Party of…
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US claim of Jerusalem as Israel capital rejected
MADRID was accused of plundering Catalonia yesterday after police swooped at 3am to remove artefacts from a regional museum.
The Spanish government had ordered the retrieval of 44 medieval…
PROMISES of rehousing made to survivors of the Grenfell Tower disaster by Tory politicians at national and local level have been revealed as having the consistency of pie crust.
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THE Brexit phase one deal is as likely to destroy Britain’s minority Tory government as to lead to a successful phase two agreement.
That will be good news for many millions of…
“THE most powerful international corporations must not be allowed to continue to dictate how and for whom our world is run.”
This sentence from Jeremy Corbyn’s landmark…
Chris Searle on Jazz
The SNP is tying itself in knots over Brexit and Indyref2, writes STEPHEN LOW
PETER FROST muses on the recent death of Christine Keeler
Liverpool boss says ‘fresh legs’ almost had it on Saturday
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Swansea boss tries to head off repeat of Manchester derby ‘altercation’
TYSON FURY’S much-delayed UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) hearing resumed yesterday in London, though a verdict is not expected until next year.
The 29-year-old former heavyweight champion and…
The Melting PotFinborough Theatre, London2/5
THE MELTING Pot had not been seen before now on a British stage in almost 80…
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YolanDa BrownPizza Express, London4/5
YOLANDA BROWN’S MUSIC, she says, “combines reggae, jazz and soul. It’s…
Lurking beneath the festive jollity, the RSC’s version of the Dickens classic is a reminder of grim present realities, says GORDON PARSONS