Hundreds of activists mark year since closure
Monday 3rd Apr 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
YESTERDAY’S report from the Resolution Foundation exposes the duplicity of Theresa May and Phillip Hammond in spades.
The Prime Minister and her Chancellor claim that the Tory Party is now the “party of working people,” dedicated to helping the “jams”...
posted by Morning Star in Features
Research shows that rich are set for more cash. By Sam Tobin
by Sam Tobin
Monday 13th Mar 2017
The Tory government breaks many of its promises – and its pledge to protect front-line policing
is no exception, writes DIANE ABBOTT
Saturday 25th Feb 2017
Responses to cope with cuts damaging services
Tuesday 13th Dec 2016
BBC investigation shows two-thirds of brigades have worsened
Monday 12th Dec 2016
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
ANTI-AUSTERITY campaigners called for “civil disobedience” as they vowed to step up the fight to defend the NHS and education at a conference in Derby on Saturday.
The conference hosted by Derbyshire People’s Assembly heard from national and local speakers about...
GREEK workers held yet another general strike yesterday, protesting against the latest imposition of government cuts to satisfy international creditors linked to the bailout of foreign banks.
Transport, state schools, ferries and national rail services were largely disrupted, while...
Friday 9th Dec 2016
posted by Morning Star in World
FUNDING for public libraries has been cut by £25 million in the last year, amid mass closures of branches and job losses.
Library campaigners slammed the cuts yesterday as “iniquitous and a false economy” following the survey by accountancy body Cipfa.