London’s window-dressing for the world draws a veil over the hard-to-take realities in many of its parts, says RABBIL SIKDAR
Thursday 13th Oct 2016
posted by Morning Star in Features
London mayor backs Smith despite relying on Corbyn voters for success
Monday 22nd Aug 2016
posted by Morning Star in Britain
The government argues that competition improves services, but in the probation service at least a quarter of contracts were awarded without any competition at all. SOLOMON HUGHES reports
Friday 5th Aug 2016
SADIQ KHAN announced yesterday he urgently wants to take control of Southern Rail services amid union claims that passengers and staff were being “held hostage” because of delays and disruption.
Mr Khan said he wants to put a Transport for London (TfL) team in charge of...
Thursday 21st Jul 2016
As the homelessness crisis accelerates in London, a pioneering firm of architects in the capital is constructing radical solutions. MICHAL BONCZA reports
Thursday 14th Jul 2016
posted by Morning Star in Arts
Privateer Press-Gangs Managers into Filling Key Roles
Wednesday 13th Jul 2016
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
by Alan Jones
A SHOW of solidarity for victims of racist and xenophobic abuse will be held today outside rail and Tube stations.
The series of “unity events” has been launched following the EU referendum result, which sparked a sharp rise in hate attacks...
Monday 4th Jul 2016
HUNDREDS of London schools have toxic levels of air pollution with those in deprived areas worst affected, new figures showed yesterday.
Newly elected Labour Mayor Sadiq Khan said the 400 schools affected across the capital show an “ongoing crisis” across the city.
Saturday 2nd Jul 2016
posted by Paddy McGuffin in Britain
BORIS JOHNSON’S beloved water cannon will be sold on without ever being used.
New London Mayor Sadiq Khan announced he’d offload the £220,000 cannon just under a year after the Home Secretary scuppered Mr Johnson’s hope of unleashing them on the masses.
TODAY’S editorial ought to be a triumphant recognition that Rosena Allin-Khan has more than doubled Labour’s majority in Tooting following the by-election to replace London Mayor Sadiq Khan.
That a junior doctor should be adopted by Labour and then backed by the electorate,...
Saturday 18th Jun 2016
posted by Morning Star in Editorial