FRENCH authorities questioned a suspect in the Paris attacks yesterday, while Belgium’s capital remained under tight security.
Jawad Bendaoud, the only person in France facing potential terrorism charges linked to the November 13 attacks that killed 130 people and wounded...
Wednesday 25th Nov 2015
posted by Morning Star in World
TOP Unite officials are in Brussels today calling on MEPs to “turn up the volume” and protect public services from the destructive trade deal TTIP.
Euro MPs must “demand concrete action from the Commission and David Cameron to carve the NHS out of TTIP and protect our...
Monday 19th Oct 2015
posted by Morning Star in Britain
THOUSANDS of farmers drove their tractors into the heart of Brussels yesterday in protest at the poverty prices being offered for their meat and dairy produce.
Farmers from across the European Union converged on the bloc’s headquarters to demand action on falling prices that they...
Tuesday 8th Sep 2015
BELGIAN workers reaffirmed their opposition to the government’s austerity agenda yesterday with their latest one-day protest strike.
Much of the transport network came to a halt as international train services such as Thalys and Eurostar, the national SNCB railway...
Thursday 23rd Apr 2015
Sunday 4th Jan 2015
Trade union members hold general strike against Michel government’s cuts
Monday 15th Dec 2014
US academics expose human and economic costs of extremist pro-capital deal
Saturday 8th Nov 2014
posted by Peter Lazenby in World
Thursday 6th Nov 2014
'Blueprint for Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP)' will allow companies to sue government and strip yet more trade union rights
Monday 15th Sep 2014
posted by Richard Bagley in Britain
Thursday 11th Sep 2014