She flounders during PMQs clash as Corbyn tackles her over the Tories’ dreadful record on ... well, everything
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Union members urged to drive out ‘nasty’ Tories to save NHS
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Seven-year study shows up council differences
Appeal follows Turkish air raids in Syria and Iraq
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SOUTH African Communist Party (SACP) leader Solly Mapaila has launched his harshest attack yet on ANC President Jacob Zuma, branding him a “minion” of the tycoon Gupta family.
FRANCE and Russia clashed yesterday over the Syrian government’s alleged chemical weapons attack on an al-Qaida-occupied town.
Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault claimed that the…
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THIS Parliament’s final Prime Minister’s Questions has set records for the frequency that Theresa May and her Tory straight-man feeds used the formulation “strong and…
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KEIR STARMER’S development of the approach presented on Sunday by Jeremy Corbyn is far preferable to Theresa May’s immigration-obsessed scenario for Britain leaving the European…
THE first round of the French presidential election represents a missed opportunity, not only for the people of France but for the working class of Europe.
Jean-Luc Melenchon came within a…
May will mark two decades since Blair won the general election and, despite ‘history’ spin, reality tells a different story, writes Keith Flett
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As elements of the right suggest impunity should be extended for British security service actions during the Troubles, RICHARD RUDKIN puts another case
Savage attacks on benefits, based solely on ideology, were in the offing long before the 2008 crash, writes Mo Stewart
West Ham and newly promoted Newcastle probed by HMRC
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Surr ey’s England allrounder Zafar Ansari shocked the cricket world yesterday when he announced his retirement with immediate effect.
Ansari won one-day international honours for…
England and Wales Cricket Board chair Colin Graves believes English cricket’s new city-based Twenty20 competition will rival the Indian Premier League and Australia’s Big Bash.
Eric Gill was a great artist. He was also a sexual abuser. Ahead of a new exhibition of his work, PETER FROST asks whether that can be ignored when evaluating his legacy
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Royal Exchange Theatre Manchester
TWELFTH NIGHT is very much this year’s Shakespeare go-to…
BERNADETTE HYLAND takes issue with a play purporting to shed light on the national mood in the era of Brexit