Knesset member Zoabi tells Brits Israel is ‘worse than South Africa’
Monday 23rd Jan 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Labour ‘is fighting for by-election victories’
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
Global message of hope seeks to drown out US leader
Missile’s off-course test preceded Commons renewal vote
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
AT LEAST four in 10 junior doctors have fallen asleep while driving home from a long night shift, according to research for a BBC documentary airing tonight.
Out of 1,100 newly qualified doctors surveyed, 41 per cent of them said they had nodded off at the wheel.
THE PRIME MINISTER’S pledge to invest £170 million in creating new institutes of technology has been condemned as a “drop in the ocean” by the University and College Union (UCU).
The union said yesterday that it was little more than a “relaunched skills...
WOMEN who have a third child as a result of rape will have to prove it to a third party in order to keep tax credit income, the government has confirmed.
The government said the women will have to report a rape to health and social care workers or to a charity.
A THOUSAND people in Brighton marched in defence of the NHS on Saturday as part of a series of nationwide events for Labour’s National Campaign Action day.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell joined the demonstration in the city centre, a vigorous response to the announcement of...
PLANS to severely limit lawful strikes that would see workers treated as “galley slaves” are to be debated in Parliament tomorrow as a Tory MP accuses rail unions of “completely unreasonable” action.
Chris Philp will introduce the Industrial Action (Protection...
LABOUR leader Jeremy Corbyn has shown “courageous” leadership over Brexit and would back a “sensible British compromise” on the issue, shadow chancellor McDonnell said yesterday.
He said on the BBC One Andrew Marr show that Mr Corbyn and Labour had a clear...