Bosses cream £33.6 billion a year in unpaid overtime as Britain marks Work Your Hours Day
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
Firm’s still planning inflation-busting price hike
posted by Morning Star in Britain
nvestigation opened into 257 humanitarian breaches in Yemen
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
El Aissami counterattacks with newspaper ad
posted by James Tweedie in World
IRAQI troops captured much of the the airport and a massive adjacent military base south of Isis-occupied Mosul yesterday.
By early afternoon, federal police commander Major General Raid…
posted by Morning Star in World
THE fourth round of Syrian peace talks finally got under way in Geneva yesterday after being postponed twice by United Nations mediators.
The negotiations follow the same pattern as those…
HOW long will the Ministry of Defence investigation into allegations of breaches of international humanitarian law by Saudi forces in Yemen take?
Is this a serious, if belated, commitment…
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
LABOUR victories in today’s by-elections in Copeland and Stoke-on-Trent Central would provide the party with a boost.
Given the alternatives — the Tories in Copeland and Ukip in…
ONLY comedians should henceforth use the words Israel and rule of law in the same sentence after the disgusting military court judgement of Abdel Fattah al-Sharif’s killer Elor Azaria.
Recent mass whale beachings in New Zealand prompt PETER FROST to look into possible causes
posted by Morning Star in Features
Whatever our starting positions going into the exit process, we should acknowledge at the very least that there are some opportunities in being outside the EU, argues PAULINE BRYAN
The government has handed schools over to private suppliers. Now the government staff supposed to be hiring these suppliers are leaving to join them, writes SOLOMON HUGHES
Head honchos tackle dodgy betting patterns head on
posted by Morning Star in Sport
BLACKPOOL owners the Oystons lost a bitter multimillionpound court battle with a Latvian investor yesterday.
Owen and Karl Oyston, owner and chairman of the Lancashire club, were in dispute…
Olympic gold will be better after 2016 silver, says Muhammad
ALAN FRANK recommends a claustrophobic film with mesmerising performances
posted by Morning Star in Arts
A Cure for Wellness (18) Directed by Gore Verbinski 4/5
Once upon a time, notably in the heyday of Hammer Films, the cinematic home of Gothic horror was darkest…
The truth behind this international trade deal, as told by this play, is so disturbing it deserves to be widely seen, believes MAYER WAKEFIELD