Gary Smith urges Scotland’s political elite to address the growing disconnect between themselves and ordinary
Wednesday 26th Apr 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
by Pauline Bryan
Tuesday 25th Apr 2017
Pitch to STUC includes £10 wage and Trade Union Act repeal
Monday 24th Apr 2017
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Seafarers aim to throw ships of shame bosses overboard
Saturday 22nd Apr 2017
posted by Zoe Streatfield in Britain
Organising on the health service, education and rights of migrant workers will be among the top priorities, says DAVE MOXHAM
THE Scottish government is considering boycotting a controversial “rape clause” that requires victims to prove they were attacked before they receive tax credits.
Health Secretary Shona Robison wrote to the British government yesterday to say Scotland will not pass on...
Wednesday 19th Apr 2017
Labour’s new local government manifesto is brimming with new ideas, rooted in traditional Labour values, offering local people a vision of hope, writes RICHARD LEONARD
Tuesday 18th Apr 2017
Police Scotland appealed yesterday for any abuse victims to contact them as fresh allegations of sexual offences in youth football came to light.
A BBC documentary aired on Monday heard from alleged victims of a Celtic Boys Club coach and revealed new claims about former youth coach...
Wednesday 12th Apr 2017
posted by Morning Star in Sport
THE Home Office has denied residency status to the Loch Ness monster, it emerged yesterday.
In a letter, the Home Office rejected the application for Nessiteras rhombopteryx, saying it was “inappropriate because the applicant is not actually a person.”
THREE Scottish education authorities are forking out £32 million a year to private contractors — mainly in interest rates — for building 12 schools, figures revealed yesterday.
South, North and East Ayrshire authorities had schools built under the government’s...
Saturday 8th Apr 2017