CONSERVATIVE attempts to effectively ban strikes were dealt a blow yesterday when a United Nations agency confirmed that the plans could break international law.
The Tory manifesto, launched by PM David Cameron on Tuesday, includes a pledge to put a 50 per cent turnout threshold on...
Thursday 16th Apr 2015
posted by Luke James in Britain
TORY party media relations officers were accused of “heavy-handed” treatment of regional journalists yesterday after a factory visit by David Cameron in Yorkshire.
Reporters from national newspapers accompanied him on the stage-managed tour, but regional journalists from...
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Manifesto attack on labour rights is a mess that runs afoul of ILO convention, experts say
Wednesday 15th Apr 2015
NUT highlights dark side of anti-terror strategy
Tuesday 7th Apr 2015
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
THE Telegraph published a letter at the weekend by 100 teachers expressing “deep concern” about the effects of another Tory government on education.
The teachers penned the letter to the right-wing newspaper highlighting the chaos the coalition has had on schools, and fear...
Monday 6th Apr 2015
"DON'T look here. Look over there" - that sums up the Tory leadership's desperate efforts to obscure its fallback position of a coalition government with Ukip.
Yes, the Tories would love to rule alone, but repeating the "Tory majority" mantra while refusing to rule out alliance with...
Saturday 4th Apr 2015
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
LABOUR figures and economists “raised eyebrows” yesterday after over 100 of Britain’s richest bosses published a letter of supporting Conservatives.An open letter published in the Daily Telegraph was signed by the millionaire owners of some of the best-known high...
Thursday 2nd Apr 2015
posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain
Frantic Strood electioneering saw special advisers drafted in
Tuesday 24th Mar 2015
Amin allegedly planned to reap glory for halting bogus protest
Monday 23rd Mar 2015
A REMARKABLE exhibition of cartoons poking fun at former prime minister Margaret Thatcher by renowned satirical illustrator Gerald Scarfe has opened in Teesdale, County Durham.
The previously unexhibited Milk Snatcher, Gerald Scarfe — The Thatcher Drawings spans 22 years, from...