THERESA MAY was accused of the “grossest hypocrisy” by peace campaigners yesterday as she rattled sabres on the borders of Russia.
Speaking to hundreds of British soldiers stationed in the former Soviet republic of Estonia, Ms May said leaving the EU would not lessen the...
Saturday 30th Sep 2017
posted by Ben Chacko in Britain
SCOTTISH Labour leadership hopefuls Anas Sarwar and Richard Leonard made their pitches to party conference delegates in Brighton yesterday.
Mr Leonard said Scotland needed “radical and fundamental change.”
He argued: “Labour is in third position in Scotland...
Wednesday 27th Sep 2017
Unite leader vows to ‘keep Corbyn flag flying’
Tuesday 26th Sep 2017
PROTESTS in the US city of St Louis continued for a third day yesterday following the acquittal of former police officer Jason Stockley for killing Anthony Lamar Smith there in 2011.
Mr Stockley was found not guilty of murder on Friday, six years after having shot 24-year-old...
Monday 18th Sep 2017
posted by Ben Chacko in World
CONGRESS gave a resounding thumbs-up yesterday to a motion calling on the TUC to “lead a major transformative project to create a new model of trade unionism.”
Moving, CWU general secretary Dave Ward said the “tide was turning” in British...
Wednesday 13th Sep 2017
TRADE UNIONS must not give the impression they are prepared to fl out the “democratic will of the people” on the EU, Aslef general secretary Mick Whelan warned yesterday.
The rail union leader was addressing a Trade Unionists Against the EU (TUAEU) fringe...
Tuesday 12th Sep 2017
BEN CHACKO hears Mexican presidential candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador outline his left-wing Morena party’s plans to transform his country
Saturday 9th Sep 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
Ukraine's Communist Party leader Petro Symonenko speaks to Ben Chacko about the Institute of National Memory and the wave of destruction engulfing his country
Saturday 2nd Sep 2017
Far right in police and army ‘must be tackled’
Tuesday 29th Aug 2017
US PRESIDENT Donald Trump signed an order yesterday allowing police forces to tool up with lethal military equipment.
The Department of Defence’s Excess Property Programme, known as the 1033 Programme, allows police forces to obtain surplus military equipment.