Labour’s Stevens demands immediate action
Saturday 1st Oct 2016
posted by Morning Star in Britain
UNIONS welcomed a government decision yesterday to postpone plans to privatise the Land Registry.
A government source said new ministers were taking time to consider options before making a decision on the future of the agency, which records the ownership of land and property.
Thursday 8th Sep 2016
Old-fashioned cuts and continued privatisation are reversing the NHS back to the bad old days, says JOHN LISTER
Thursday 11th Aug 2016
posted by Morning Star in Features
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
While Nicky Morgan might seem to have backtracked on her plans to force schools to become academies, big private companies are still lurking in the wings, says SOLOMON HUGHES
Friday 8th Jul 2016
PLANS to sell off the Land Registry would be “a privatisation too far,” a Tory MP said yesterday after several party members opposed the move.
They called on ministers to reconsider a bid to sell off the public service, which has returned a surplus in 19 of the last 20...
Friday 1st Jul 2016
Government agencies ‘using credibility of NHS to promote private healthcare’ around the world
Friday 24th Jun 2016
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
THANKS to several recent investigations, searching questions are more and more being asked of Britain’s aid policy and the Department for International Development (DfID).
On the surface, and in politicians’ rhetoric, the Tories showed a solid commitment by enshrining in...
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
A Leave vote today would force David Cameron to resign, it would spark civil war in the Tory Party, remove the excuse for Ukip’s existence and open the way for a new kind of democratic politics, argues MICK CASH
Wednesday 22nd Jun 2016
TOMORROW we decide whether or not Britain should remain a member of the European Union.
We decide in a referendum called by the right, the accidental result of David Cameron’s botched attempt to appease his own backbenchers with a proposal he thought he’d never have to...