17 arrests as lock-on stops charter plane taking asylum-seekers out of Britain
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Food delivery giant lobbies MPs for low pay
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
Labour will ‘hold PM to her word’ throughout negotiations
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Greens angered as president rolls back progress
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SYRIAN troops and civilians will leave their last bastion in Idlib while insurgents surrender two strongholds in the west, it was reported yesterday.
The deal will see soldiers and…
posted by James Tweedie in World
SOUTH AFRICA’S National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) slammed renewable energy privatisation yesterday, saying it would cost tens of thousands of jobs.
ANC-allied federation Cosatu spoke…
YESTERDAY was a historic day in the history of Britain and its three constituent nations.
Triggering Article 50 of the Lisbon Constitutional Treaty marks the beginning of the formal process…
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TODAY the Prime Minister is to trigger Article 50 and begin negotiations over leaving the European Union — and that means the left needs to seriously up its game.
The EU question has…
LABOUR’S six tests for the government on negotiating our departure from the European Union show a disappointing lack of ambition.
Shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer, like leader…
CHARLOTTE HUGHES believes Universal Credit is proving to be another source of hardship and humiliation for the vulnerable
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KEN LIVINGSTONE explains why his Labour membership should be restored this week
For now, it seems, the corporate land grabs dressed up as ‘free trade deals’ are on the back foot. But, says ADRIAN WEIR, this is no time to relax. The corporations are regrouping
New deal gives women better wages and boosts game
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JEFF ASTLE’S daughter and widow have called for Gordon Taylor to quit as chief executive of the Professional Footballers’ Association after accusing the union of letting down the late…
A NINES World Cup is to be held in 2019, the Rugby League International Federation announced yesterday.
The RLIF also confirmed that a British team will tour Australia and New Zealand in…
C DOHERTY sees the impact of an exhibition of challenging modernist artworks diminished by its setting
posted by Morning Star in Arts
Moses Boyd Exodus
Corsica Studios, London SE17
ON A street corner in Texas earlier this month, a queue snaked around…