by Felicity Collier
ANIMAL-LOVERS marched on Downing Street yesterday to tell bloodthirsty Theresa May not to repeal the Hunting Act.
Campaigners wore fox masks and…
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Tory post-Brexit vision ‘feeds housing crisis’
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
Airline caused failure by sacking hundreds of workers – union
Brazilians keep up pressure on corruption-tainted president
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NORTH KOREA carried out its latest missile test yesterday, firing a short-range missile almost 300 miles into the waters of Japan’s economic zone.
The missile was launched from the…
PHILIPPINE government forces claimed yesterday to have re-established control over most of the southern city of Marawi after it was captured last week by extremists linked to the Isis death…
GERMAN Chancellor Angela Merkel’s election campaign speech over the weekend confirmed that fractures have widened in the Western alliance of leading imperialist powers.
Over the past…
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THE Tories appear to be in something of a panic. Talk of a landslide has been abandoned. Their election strategists are at each other’s throats over the humiliating U-turn on “social…
JEREMY CORBYN’S foreign policy speech grasped a nettle politicians have been too scared to contemplate for far too long.
Perhaps the Labour leader’s greatest contribution has…
Chris Searle on jazz
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All Trump has to do to appear ‘presidential’ is offer Israel unconditional support, writes RAMZY BAROUD
The government must provide social workers with the funds, tools and resources necessary to challenge privation, austerity and the social stigma attached to poverty, writes CHARLOTTE HUGHES
Huddersfield promoted to Premier League after an ordeal of a play-off final
posted by Kadeem Simmonds in Sport
ENGLAND failed their final Champions Trophy audition as they fell to a seven-wicket defeat to South Africa after a frenetic top-order collapse at Lord’s.
Jonny Bairstow helped to…
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LEEDS forward Stevie Ward and Warrington hooker Daryl Clark have both been charged with punching offences arising from last Friday’s Super League match at Headingley.
The pair were…
Dmitri Shostakovich’s Leningrad Symphony is a reminder of the Soviet people’s heroic struggle against fascism in WWII which some would airbrush from history, says JENNY FARRELL
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Seven May Days
by Nicolas Lalaguna
IN SEVEN May Days, compressed into the single week following…
Goran Therborn advances a compelling case against the capitalist blight of the built environment, says MICHAL BONCZA