PEACE activists held a protest at Boeing offices in London last night to oppose the the US-based aerospace transnational’s involvement in arms sales to Saudi Arabia.
Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) accused Boeing — whose 2016 revenues totalled $94.6 billion...
Wednesday 2nd Aug 2017
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
Even though High Court judges may have let Blair off the hook over his role in the invasion of Iraq.
Tuesday 1st Aug 2017
Christian protesters pledge to continue to fight biggest ‘crime against humanity’
RADICAL employment reforms are needed, construction union Unite said yesterday after research showed that bogus self-employment is “out of control.”
Figures obtained by a freedom of information request revealed an 8 per cent increase in construction workers paid via the...
Three Crossrail contractors have been fined just £300,000 for the death of a man in an avoidable disaster. Shocked critics say it barely touches the sides
Saturday 29th Jul 2017
BRITISH AIRWAYS’S sky-high profits announced yesterday prove that the airline can easily afford to give its underpaid cabin crew a decent salary, charged heir union Unite.
BA parent company International Airlines Group revealed “bumper profits” of £873 million...
SENIOR councillors and decision-makers must step down from their roles while they are investigated over charges of corporate manslaughter at Grenfell Tower, Labour said yesterday.
Kensington MP Emma Dent Coad claimed that it was “impossible” for anybody who was involved in...
Despite the oppression, the Kurdish language and culture will survive, writes STEVE SWEENEY
posted by Morning Star in Features
Tories love gay people, trills PM who tried to restrict LGBT rights four times
Friday 28th Jul 2017
Inquiry still refuses to name political groups spied on by officers