PLANS by retail firm Argos to transfer employees to other depots could affect the pay and conditions of 1,400 workers, the Unite union warned yesterday.
Argos, which is now owned by…
posted by Morning Star in Britain
A BILL to help end violence against women cleared the Commons yesterday despite a 91-minute “filibuster” speech from a Tory opponent.
Philip Davies was labelled a…
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WORKERS at two warehouses that are part of multibillionaire Sir Philip Green’s fashion empire went on strike yesterday over pay and working conditions.
The 200 workers, employed at…
GREEK Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras claimed that austerity is “behind us” yesterday, following an agreement with eurozone finance ministers which includes further unspecified…
posted by James Tweedie in World
THE Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) has revealed that its £425,000 Brexit campaign was bankrolled by pro-British group the Constitutional Research Council.The party had been under…
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VENEZUELAN soldiers have gone on trial over a suspected coup plot linked to a senior former general.Military prosecutors said on Thursday that a brigadier, a lieutenant and seven…
Labour's vote has been falling in Copeland for decades – this result is not a verdict on the party's leader
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
HOW long will the Ministry of Defence investigation into allegations of breaches of international humanitarian law by Saudi forces in Yemen take?
Is this a serious, if belated, commitment…
LABOUR victories in today’s by-elections in Copeland and Stoke-on-Trent Central would provide the party with a boost.
Given the alternatives — the Tories in Copeland and Ukip in…
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We mustn’t let the personalities of Trump and his cabinet dominate our opposition to imperialism. They, warns LIZ PAYNE, are but a part of the most reactionary wing of the US ruling class
Kelly Smith’s tribute game shows the legacy she leaves for women’s football, writes SUZANNE WRACK
posted by Morning Star in Sport
Caretaker Shakespeare says it wasn’t a dressing room revolt against Ranieri
Draw against Russian side adds to fixture congestion woes for Reds boss
Attila the Stockbroker
posted by Morning Star in Arts
Star critics cherry-pick some of the best on offer in the weeks to come
LYNNE WALSH finds 30-year-old play themes just as relevant today