Greens demand safe passage of Calais minors
Thursday 27th Oct 2016
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Manual reveals unfair bias towards London and the south-east
Monday 24th Oct 2016
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
NORTHERN IRISH opposition parties mounted a bid at the High Court in Belfast yesterday to claim the right of veto over June’s Brexit vote.
Challenging British PM Theresa May’s prerogative to trigger Article 50 negotiations in March, QC Ronan Lavery said independence from...
Wednesday 5th Oct 2016
posted by Morning Star in World
£205bn cost of nuclear weapons replacement ‘better spent on industry’
Saturday 16th Jul 2016
posted by Zoe Streatfield in Britain
DEMANDS for a “popular front” to challenge the Tories at the next general election grew louder yesterday as leading figures from four parties met to discuss the idea.
Labour’s Clive Lewis, Green leadership candidate Caroline Lucas, former Lib Dem minister Vince Cable...
Wednesday 6th Jul 2016
posted by Luke James in Britain
ANTI-TERROR laws going through the European Parliament that could criminalise travel are “ripe for abuse,” Green MEPs have warned.
The European Parliament passed the legislation at an early reading on Monday.
Greens-European Free Alliance home affairs spokesperson...
But hero Smith discharged without fine or jail
Saturday 11th Jun 2016
Hundreds stand up for the future of the NHS
Monday 6th Jun 2016
CAROLINE LUCAS confirmed yesterday that she is willing to become leader of the Green Party again — but only as part of a job share.
The Brighton Pavilion MP is standing on a joint ticket with the party’s work and pensions spokesman Jonathan Bartley.
Mr Bartley has a...
Thursday 2nd Jun 2016
LEAVING the EU would “turn the clocks back” on women’s rights, TUC general secretary Frances O’Grady warns today.
A new TUC report argues that European Union employment rights have empowered women to challenge unequal pay and inequality at work.
Tuesday 24th May 2016