SWAZI communists urged their fellow citizens yesterday to boycott next spring’s “sham” general elections.
Communist Party of Swaziland general secretary Kenneth Kunene said the elections called by King Mswati III were only intended to “provide an aura of...
Saturday 21st Oct 2017
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A UNIVERSITY dean and an accomplice were found guilty yesterday of stealing £500,000 using fake invoices.
Robert Smedley, dean of the faculty of education at Edge Hill University at Ormskirk, West Lancashire, and Christopher Joynson, the university’s partnership development...
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LABOUR joined public-sector union Unison yesterday to reject Home Secretary Amber Rudd’s “dangerous” plans to slash all 150 police community support officers (PCSOs) in Norfolk.
Unison general secretary Dave Prentis wrote a letter to her, warning that the Norfolk...
LGBT charity Stonewall condemned a BBC local radio station yesterday for asking its listeners whether so-called gay “conversion therapy” is acceptable.
BBC Radio Kent asked its followers on Twitter whether the practice, which can involve using hypnosis and electric shocks...
Shelter demands 1 million affordable homes be built to save families from exorbitant rents. By Felicity Collier
Friday 20th Oct 2017
SOLOMON HUGHES fears MI5 and Special Branch can’t and won’t put an end to their ineffectual, irratating and life-destroying tactics
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TIM DAWSON urges readers to oppose the proposal for a flat-rate levy on trade unions
FORMER minister Edward Leigh is a Tory MP who combines right-wing politics with concern for constitutional norms and he isn’t happy with his government’s contempt for parliamentary decisions.
For the third time in recent weeks, Tory whips told members not to vote on an...
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KENNY COYLE surveys the significance of the 19th congress of the Chinese Communist Party
STEVE SWEENEY writes on tomorrow’s Huseyin Celebi literary festival, held in memory of the British-Kurdish film-maker Mehmet Aksoy, who was killed by Isis