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  • A scandal that lay secret for too long


    Why did no-one listen to the early warning voices about the cover-up of mass child graves at Bon Secours in Co Galway, asks PAULINE MURPHY

    Saturday 25th Mar 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Features

  • A challenging year lies ahead


    Trade unionists in northwest England are today planning their actions over the coming year in the face of the Tories’ continuing onslaught on workers’ rights, writes Lynn Collins

    Saturday 25th Mar 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Features

  • I am proud of our emergency services. I am proud to be British


    15-year-old Megen Elson-Watkins, who was an eyewitness to the aftermath of the terror attack on Parliament, gives her take on the dramatic events of this week

    Saturday 25th Mar 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Features

  • US: Nunes agrees to answer committee


    US PRESIDENT Donald Trump’s former campaign manager has agreed to questioning by the Congress intelligence committee, its chairman said yesterday.

    Republican Devin Nunes said Paul Manafort would face the panel over his alleged lobbying on behalf of a Russian oligarch from...

    Saturday 25th Mar 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • Brazil: Attorney-general calls for wider corruption probe


    BRAZIL’S unelected government faces a new crisis after the country’s attorney-general called for a corruption probe into nine ministers and 83 other politicians.

    Rodrigo Janot asked the Supreme Court on Wednesday to open investigations as part of the Operation Car Wash...

    Saturday 25th Mar 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • Ireland: Communists pay tribute to McGuinness


    THE Communist Party of Ireland (CPI) paid tribute yesterday to Sinn Fein leader Martin McGuinness, whose funeral was held in Derry on Thursday.

    CPI national chair Lynda Walker and general secretary Eugene McCartan hailed the key role Mr McGuinness played “in brokering peace in...

    Saturday 25th Mar 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • 1 million car industry jobs at risk


    TORY negotiations on quitting the EU could put one million jobs in the automobile industry at risk, the head of Britain’s biggest union warned yesterday.

    Unite general secretary Len McCluskey called for investment and stability in advance of a national conference on the...

    Saturday 25th Mar 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • Scotland: Anti-racists to protest against neonazi march


    ANTI-RACIST campaigners will gather in Edinburgh today to protest against a march called by the National Front during a Sikh festival taking place in the city.

    Unite Against Fascism (UAF) Scotland warned that the “tiny and vicious group of fascists” in seeking to capitalise...

    Saturday 25th Mar 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • Measly 1% NHS pay offer angers union


    UNITE Scotland slammed yesterday the “woefully inadequate” offer of a 1 per cent pay rise for NHS staff.

    The Scottish government announced it would implement the increase recommended by the NHS Pay Review Body and will also offer workers earning less than £22,000 a...

    Saturday 25th Mar 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • Devotion to emotional truth hits home


    debbi tucker green's exploration of dysfunctional relationships is strong stuff, says MAYER WAKEFIELD

    Friday 24th Mar 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts


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