PETER FROST tracks an otter in the backwaters of the Broads National Park and uncovers an interesting quirk of history
Saturday 5th Apr 2014
posted by Morning Star in Features
Nothing exemplifies the stark reality of two Britains than the furore over Maria Miller's housing expenses and her government's ongoing bedroom tax war against poor people.
Well that's it for another year. April 1 has come and gone not with a bang but a whimper.
posted by Paddy McGuffin in Features
A century after its founding, Clarion House is enjoying a new burst of life, says PETER LAZENBY
posted by Peter Lazenby in Features
Farage enjoys endless publicity but offers only turbo-charged austerity, says JOHN HAYLETT
posted by John Haylett in Features
Tory-in-disguise Lord Warner has confirmed what campaigners knew all along - the plan to end our NHS as a service free at the point of use
The Royal Mail sell-off was not only a criminally bad deal, it should never have been sold in the first place, writes NEIL CLARK
It's a holiday island to many, but the Isle of Wight also suffers second-class wages. MEGAN DOBNEY reports on a trade union campaign for investment and a living wage
Friday 4th Apr 2014
Labour's Lord Warner, who wants patients to pay for NHS treatment, is on the health companies' payroll. SOLOMON HUGHES follows the money
As Britain is blanketed in a layer of desert sand, DAVID LOWRY asks whether it could be contaminated by fallout from French nuclear tests in Algeria more than 50 years ago