Firm’s still planning inflation-busting price hike
Friday 24th Feb 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
IRAQI troops captured much of the the airport and a massive adjacent military base south of Isis-occupied Mosul yesterday.
By early afternoon, federal police commander Major General Raid Shakir Jawdat told national TV that his troops were in control of “more than half” of...
posted by Morning Star in World
by Felicity Collier
FIVE thousand Syrian refugees have now been settled in Britain — just a quarter of the number promised by the government two years ago, according to new figures yesterday.
Ministers pledged to take in 20,000 Syrians fleeing civil war by 2020...
Head honchos tackle dodgy betting patterns head on
posted by Morning Star in Sport
BLACKPOOL owners the Oystons lost a bitter multimillionpound court battle with a Latvian investor yesterday.
Owen and Karl Oyston, owner and chairman of the Lancashire club, were in dispute with businessman Valeri Belokon, who provided £4.75 million in July 2008 to develop the...
Olympic gold will be better after 2016 silver, says Muhammad
LEICESTER goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel has played down his heroics after Wednesday night’s game that kept the Foxes’ European dreams alive.
The Dane saved a penalty and made several key stops as Claudio Ranieri’s men lost 2-1 at Sevilla on Wednesday in the first leg...
Recent mass whale beachings in New Zealand prompt PETER FROST to look into possible causes
posted by Morning Star in Features
ALAN FRANK recommends a claustrophobic film with mesmerising performances
posted by Morning Star in Arts
A Cure for Wellness (18) Directed by Gore Verbinski 4/5
Once upon a time, notably in the heyday of Hammer Films, the cinematic home of Gothic horror was darkest Transylvania.
Here, director and cowriter (with Justin Haythe, from the latter’s...