Government tightens grip on the bomb despite 75% supporting bid to rid world of it forever
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
£1 in 8 is now going to non-NHS ‘providers’
South West franchise handed to Hong Kong-run MTR
THE Trump administration reached out to Congress Democrats on Sunday after Republicans scuppered his healthcare Bill, intended to replace his predecessor Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act…
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But Palestinian official denies Israeli expansion has killed any hope for independence
WORKERS in French Guiana launched a general strike yesterday — joining protests that have already paralysed the South American colony.
Some 27 unions joined the strike over the high…
LABOUR’S six tests for the government on negotiating our departure from the European Union show a disappointing lack of ambition.
Shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer, like leader…
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IT WOULD be a mistake to think that the revaluation of business rates, from which Chancellor Philip Hammond is to receive a payout, had been designed to benefit him personally.
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…
Chris Searle on jazz
posted by Morning Star in Features
The automation and robotisation of work raises plenty of concerns. But, writes NIGEL FLANAGAN, it needn’t be all
doom and gloom as technology could also improve work
Were Trump to launch his own disastrous war today, it’s hard to imagine that Theresa May would take a different path to the unilateral one taken by Tony Blair, writes LINDSEY GERMAN
Celtic defender happy to play right-back for his country
posted by Morning Star in Sport
A determined Lewis Hamilton said yesterday that he wants to win the world title more than ever before and claimed his hunger has doubled this season as he prepares for a battle royale with…
Manchester city defender Jen Beattie was pleased yesterday to draw Liverpool at home in the FA Cup semi-finals.
The other tie will see Chelsea visit Birmingham, who knocked out holders…
JEZ RILEY FRENCH tells Neil Mudd all about the groundbreaking soundscape he’s created which captures the
‘music’ of the Humber bridge
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Crime fiction round-up with Mat Coward
The Dilemmas of Lenin
by Tariq Ali (Verso, £16.99)
HOW long is Lenin’s shadow?
A lot of ink will be spilt, seminars convened,…