JEREMY CORBYN accused Theresa May of “megaphone” diplomacy yesterday for her Brexit negotiating strategy after European Commission president Jean Claude Juncker walked out of talks.
The increasingly isolated Prime Minister was attacked by Mr Juncker after the two met last...
Tuesday 2nd May 2017
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
GIBRALTAR would be guaranteed its continued sovereignty during Brexit under a Labour government, the shadow foreign secretary said yesterday during a trip to the British tax-haven peninsula in Spain.
Emily Thornberry spoke with representatives of Gibraltar’s workforce, toured the...
Saturday 29th Apr 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
GERMAN Chancellor Angela Merkel warned Britain against “illusions” of a special postBrexit relationship with the EU yesterday.
Speaking to the Bundestag ahead of a weekend Brexit summit of member states in Brussels, she said: “I have the feeling that some in Britain...
Friday 28th Apr 2017
posted by Morning Star in World
REDUCING immigration would not be the main priority for a post-Brexit Britain under Labour, Sir Keir Starmer said yesterday.
EU nationals would be allowed to remain — but migration would be “managed” because immigration was a driving factor in the vote to leave the...
Wednesday 26th Apr 2017
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
BERNADETTE HYLAND takes issue with a play purporting to shed light on the national mood in the era of Brexit
posted by Morning Star in Arts
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 Union.
It makes clear that, whatever the Liberal Democrats and like-minded schemers in Open...
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
“DIVIDE AND RULE” tactics must be rejected as Britain exits the EU, the Communication Workers Union conference heard yesterday.
The union overwhelmingly endorsed a motion deploring the recent increase in hate crimes and calling for “decent jobs, homes and effective...
Tuesday 25th Apr 2017
SCOTTISH TUC general secretary Grahame Smith called on the labour movement yesterday to ensure that the general election campaign highlights working people’s interests.
Speaking to the Star ahead of the STUC annual congress next week, he said the event would give trade unions a...
Saturday 22nd Apr 2017
posted by Zoe Streatfield in Britain
The Tory leader’s plans to introduce a ‘limited visa’ will make migrant workers second-class citizens and put everyone’s employment rights under threat, argues SOLOMON HUGHES
Friday 21st Apr 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
SINN FEIN’S Northern Ireland leader Michelle O’Neill accused the British government yesterday of undermining power-sharing to frustrate opposition to Brexit.
Ms O’Neill claimed that Westminster did not want a Stormont executive that would oppose leaving the EU.