‘Shocked’ disability group forces Goldsmith to end patronage
Friday 18th Mar 2016
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
‘Broken’ system needs ‘complete overhaul’
Saturday 12th Mar 2016
posted by Morning Star in Britain
The Paddy McGuffin column
posted by Morning Star in Features
IAIN DUNCAN SMITH dodged questions yesterday on whether the government’s new pensions review will force people to work until they’re 80.
The Work and Pensions Secretary was defending the government’s launch of the review in response to an urgent question in the...
Thursday 3rd Mar 2016
posted by Will Stone in Britain
WOMEN with disabilities will gather at the Supreme Court today in solidarity with a victim of domestic violence whose panic room is being targeted by the hated Tory bedroom tax.
On the three-day hearing’s last day, seven Supreme Court justices will hear the case of single mother...
Wednesday 2nd Mar 2016
posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain
Tory challenges bedroom tax victory in Supreme Court
Tuesday 1st Mar 2016
by Charlotte Hughes
Friday 26th Feb 2016
More people live below poverty line now than in the 2008 recession – and pay is set to decline again
Monday 15th Feb 2016
The government has just lost two high-profile cases, but RUTH HUNT asks if others will follow
Saturday 13th Feb 2016
MANY Western countries regard themselves as models of good governance, and Britain is no exception.
Abuses of state power are presented in the mainstream media as things that happen elsewhere.
Hence the spluttering outrage in the right-wing press when the United Nations sent a...
Tuesday 9th Feb 2016
posted by Morning Star in Editorial