Mum held at Yarl’s Wood is left fighting for the right to visit her chronically ill son as Home Office tells her ‘You can Skype him from Jamaica’
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Anti-racist and faith groups lead vigil for terrorist attack victims
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Civilian workers fear privatisation at bases
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House votes by 230 to 194 to insert changes into care Act
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VENEZUELAN Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez has slammed right-wing regional governments for siding with the US against her country.
Ms Rodriguez accused the members of the Washingtonbased…
posted by James Tweedie in World
KURDISH militia said they were fighting Isis terrorists on the south side of Syria’s biggest hydroelectric dam yesterday.
Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) spokeswoman Cihan Sheikh Ehmed…
THE statement from 14 nations in the Americas seeking to force early elections on Venezuela shows how much ground the left has lost in recent years.
The tired demands made by the group have…
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JEREMY CORBYN’S insistence that we must not allow “fear or the voices of hatred to divide or cow us,” following the deadly events in Westminster, is wise advice.
THERESA MAY’S reference to “record levels” of school funding is as meaningless as the other assertion trotted out routinely by under-pressure governments — that more people…
by Tommy McKearney
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By Teresa Murray
The Paddy McGuffin column
It’ll take a huge effort, but the FA’s new Gameplan for Growth really could boost the women’s game, believes SUZANNE WRACK
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Bosses ‘reaching out’ to scab players amid wages dispute
MANCHESTER City have been fined €18,000 (£15,573) by Uefa for three offences during their Champions League clash with Monaco last month.
City have been found guilty of charges…
An exhibition of American paintings from the 1930s crisis era reveals much about the mindset of the time, says NICK WRIGHT
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On the Road with Attila the Stockbroker
IN TODAY’S music industry, with career opportunities restricted to a shrinking elite, there are, paradoxically, more bands around than ever.
Whether because of more affordable…