by Felicity Collier
MORE than 13,000 of Britain’s lowest-paid workers are owed £2 million in back pay, the government announced last night.
Ministers named 233 firms that have failed to pay staff the legal minimum wage — just £7.50 an hour for...
Thursday 17th Aug 2017
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The Davey case highlights the stark choice disabled people are forced to make, says SVETLANA KOTOVA
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NICOLE CRONIN and Leah Lyons will start Ireland’s crucial Women’s Rugby World Cup clash with France today.
Scrum-half Cronin made her Test debut in the 24-14 win over Japan, and has retained her place for the Pool C decider against the French in Dublin.
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Holder says his men hope to spell trouble for seniors and pick off new blood
ENGLAND Test captain Joe Root has announced opening batsman Mark Stoneman will make his debut against West Indies at Edgbaston today.
Warwickshire all-rounder Chris Woakes and 20-year-old leg break bowler Mason Crane, both named in a 13-man squad, are left out for the first pink ball...
Intrigued by Kristen R Ghodsee’s research published in the New York Times last week JOHN GREEN recalls the aspects of life in East Germany that might have prompted such conclusions
Memory, migration and a male Holocaust are key concerns in the shows covered by our critics at this year’s international and fringe festivals
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Pride: The Unlikely Story of the True Heroes of the Miners’ Strike by Tim Tate (John Blake Books, £8.99)
WRITERS often struggle with the personal accounts offered up by those whose stories they are trying to capture.
Memory has been called the...
The president’s manipulative political rhetoric and reactionary policies have emboldened white supremacists, warns CJ ATKINS
‘Compassionate capitalism’ is being exposed for the myth it is, says MICHAEL O’BRIEN