Ex-Ukip leader faces legal action after linking tragic Jo Cox’s widower to extremists while accusing Hope Not Hate of ‘violence’
Wednesday 21st Dec 2016
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
MPs proposed “nuclear deterrent” fines for bosses yesterday in a bid to prevent another BHS-type pensions disaster.
If the measures proposed by the Commons work and pensions committee had been in force at the time, former BHS boss Sir Philip Green could have been fined...
CAMPAIGNERS hit out yesterday at “shameful” attempts to link Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn with support for terrorism following the Besiktas bombings in Turkey.
The claims were made in a Times article over the weekend which said Mr Corbyn’s support for the British-based...
Tuesday 20th Dec 2016
MPs called on the government yesterday to act over the “unacceptably high” levels of suicides in Britain.
A report from the Commons health select committee revealed that there were 6,188 deaths by suicide in Britain last year with 4,820 of those in England alone.
by Steve Sweeney
Thursday 15th Dec 2016
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Two journalists arrested in press crackdown freed. By Steve Sweeney in Mersin, Turkey
Labour leader calls on continental comrades to take on far-right menace
Monday 5th Dec 2016
A “GAME-CHANGING” HIV drug will be available to NHS patients in England following a successful legal challenge, it was announced yesterday.
NHS England had fought a bitter court battle, arguing that it was not responsible for the funding of...
SCHOOLS and colleges are not doing enough to promote racial equality, NASUWT’s black and minority ethnic teachers’ conference heard at the weekend.
The 500 delegates in Birmingham on Saturday heard that only 6 per cent of BME teachers felt...