A MAN suspected of deliberately driving a van into Muslims in north London appeared in court on charges of terrorism-related murder and attempted murder yesterday.
Darren Osborne, who is 47 and from Cardiff, was arrested shortly after the attack in the early hours of Monday.
Saturday 24th Jun 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
IT IS time for Labour to finish the job of beating the “clapped-out” Tories in order to form a left-wing government and end years of “ruinous austerity,” Jeremy Corbyn told delegates at the Unison conference yesterday.
He accused Theresa May and the Tories of...
Justice campaigners call for action against another Establishment cover-up
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
Bid to promote the Matchwomen’s festival falls foul of bizarre social media post guidelines
Friday 23rd Jun 2017
posted by Ben Chacko in Britain
Similar plastic to cladding used on Grenfell Tower banned in mines 40 years ago, writes Peter Lazenby and Lamiat Sabin
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
by Felicity Collier
ONE of the 10 fire stations closed by Boris Johnson between 2008-12 while he was mayor of London is to be converted into luxury flats by a company which counts a Tory donor as one of its directors.
Belsize fire station in north London had served the...
Rights activists overjoyed as Javid guidelines struck down, writes Felicity Collier
TRADE unionists are calling for a worker at Watford General Hospital to be reinstated after he was suspended for rolling his trousers up as temperatures hit 30°C this week.
Managers at multinational private contractor Medirest had told porters and cleaners they must wear...
THE French, Italian, Chinese and Dutch state railways have been shortlisted for the latest private rail bonanzas — but the British state is still banned from bidding.
The government announced that partnerships involving the French state had been shortlisted for both the West...
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
WORKERS on three rail networks will walk out next month as their union turns up the heat in a long-running row over driver-only trains.
Rail union RMT members on Southern, Merseyrail and Northern will walk out for between one and three days in coming weeks.
RMT leader Mick Cash...