Public raise over £50k in just one day for two rough sleepers who rushed to help Manchester attack victims
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PCS union overwhelmingly votes for positive change
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Distribution centre staff promise second week of action over contracting out
Trigger-happy leader lays siege to Isis-held corner of country
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DELAYED Venezuelan regional elections will take place in December, although a special constituent assembly to rewrite the constitution is due to take place first, election officials say.
SYRIA’S armed forces and allied militias drove Isis forces before them yesterday in a surprise large-scale offensive spanning eastern Qalamoun in Damascus province and Palmyra in the east of…
THE people of Manchester’s response to Monday night’s terrorist atrocity continues to show solidarity, courage and community spirit that acts as an example to us all.
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GREATER Manchester Metro Mayor Andy Burnham’s announcement of last night’s Albert Square vigil for the city’s people after Monday’s terrorist attack encapsulates a…
THERESA MAY’S humiliating U-turn on her planned “dementia tax” shows panic and incompetence at the heart of British government.
Like Chancellor Philip Hammond’s…
Both the Labour Party and Liberal Democrats have included in their manifestos a promise to scrap employment tribunal fees. But what has been the impact of the fees and how can the enforcement of
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BILL GREENSHIELDS writes on the history of the Derby Silk Mill Turn Out and why we celebrate it this Saturday
As Corbynmania spreads across Britain, Labour’s message of hope is clearly connecting with voters, writes CHARLEY ALLAN
Paul Donovan reviews a Hammers season which despite having more downs than ups, showed glimpses of promise for next season
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Chelsea and Arsenal cancel open top buses after terror attack
European sprint champion Asha Philip told people yesterday that they must not live in fear as she prepares to race in Manchester.
The 26-year-old, who won gold over 60 metres at the…
Greg Hicks’s portrayal of a megalomaniac monarch in Richard III brings contemporary parallels uneasily to mind, says TOM GRIFFITHS
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Old Red Lion Theatre, London N1
THIS is Mark Weinman’s first play and if his future works are of a similar…
by Kit Reed
(Tor Books, £20.15)
IN THE autumn of 1978, I received my first pay packet — £25…