Could it be because the SFO – and other investigators – are getting too close to comfort for some lucrative Conservative Party donors, asks SOLO MON HUGHES
Wednesday 31st May 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
Corbyn launches race and faith manifesto
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
Junior doctors’ fightback causes striking rise
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
NICOLA STURGEON declared that “only the SNP is strong enough to keep the Tories in check” as she unveiled her party’s general election manifesto yesterday.
Speaking at the launch in Perth, the SNP leader revealed her party’s plans to protect the triple lock on...
posted by Zoe Streatfield in Britain
THE Labour Party has accused the Tories of never caring about Wales as it launched a new poster warning that more “cruel cuts” will be on the way if Theresa May is elected on June 8.
The poster — “Don’t let the Tories trample over Wales” — was...
The gap between the Conservatives’ lies and the truth is behind Labour’s surge in the polls, writes RICHARD HOUSE
TOP Tory Dominic Raab was forced into an embarrassing apology yesterday for making “deeply offensive” remarks that foodbank users were not “languishing in poverty.”
The former justice minister claimed people receiving food parcels have “a cashflow problem...
Tuesday 30th May 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Corbyn tries to win Scotland back for socialism
Monday 29th May 2017
TEACHERS are flooding out of Britain’s schools because of overwork, bureaucracy, excessive hours and government interference, researchers warned yesterday.
Rebecca Allen, director of Datalab, the research arm of not-for-profit schools research firm FFT Education, told a general...
Seeing as the Tories have a history of lying their way back into government, RICK EVANS proposes a new name for the party of the few