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posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
CAMPAIGNERS swore they would see ministers in the Court of Appeal after the High Court threw out a challenge to employment tribunal fees yesterday.
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
LIB DEM MP Tessa Munt faced union fury yesterday after posing for a selfie with aggrieved firefighters before voting against the scrapping of hated pension scheme changes.
The European Parliament voted overwhelmingly yesterday to recognise Palestinian statehood.
posted by Morning Star in World
After 12 years interned in US prisons, the last of the Miami Five detainees are finally home
posted by John Haylett in World
Death toll reaches 148
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CHAMPIONS of privatisation always insist that its beauty lies in private companies bearing the risk of investment in public services and so sparing the need for...
The worst aspect of the “move the conversation on” advice to party activists contained in Labour’s Campaigning against Ukip document is the impression of dishonesty and...
The High Court decision to close the Independent Living Fund is just another reason to be frightened and furious as a disabled person living in Britain, says MARY GRIFFITHS CLARKE
Japanese communists trebled their vote in the snap election that saw right-wing premier Shinzo Abe returned to power. KENNY COYLE reports
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Investigator quits after losing appeal against dodgy summary of World Cup probe
TOULON’S former Leicester prop Martin Castrogiovanni has received a suspended four-match ban after he admitted a misconduct complaint, European Professional Club Rugby (EPCR)...
A play about the ceasefire between British and German troops at Christmas in 1914 doesnâ€™t entirely convince, says GORDON PARSONS
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