SCOTLAND’S railways are at greater risk of terrorist attack under SNP plans to break up the British Transport Police (BTP), rail workers warned yesterday.
Transport union TSSA has launched a petition against plans to absorb all BTP officers north of the border into Police...
Tuesday 20th Jun 2017
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
The SNP is more right-wing than many might think – this needs to be taken into account amid any talk of a ‘progressive alliance,’ writes STEPHEN LOW
posted by Morning Star in Features
TRADE unionists are calling on the Scottish Parliament to sign up to a “workers’ charter” to improve pay and conditions in the hospitality sector.
Unite Scotland will tomorrow launch a “Fair Hospitality” campaign in Holyrood on behalf of Scotland’s...
Wednesday 14th Jun 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
ELAINE SMITH says we can build on Corbyn’s success at the election
Tuesday 13th Jun 2017
Scottish Labour said yesterday it expects to take more seats from the SNP if another general election is held this year.
Scottish Labour election campaign manager James Kelly added that there were marginal constituencies where the party had come within 400 votes of winning.
Monday 12th Jun 2017
posted by Morning Star in Sport
THE crippling effect that poverty has on pupils was highlighted by teachers in Scotland yesterday.
Incoming EIS president Nicola Fisher warned: “Poverty damages the physical and mental health of children, affects their life chances and life expectancy,” as...
Saturday 10th Jun 2017
posted by Zoe Streatfield in Britain
Look to the Tory donors to see where their allegiance lies, says CHRIS STEPHENS
Tuesday 6th Jun 2017
SCOTTISH Labour is fielding a wide range of Corbyn-supporting candidates aiming for seats at Westminster on June 8.
Zoe Streatfield quizzes 18-year-old Christopher Rimicans, contesting the North Ayrshire & Arran seat, who could be the youngest MP in 350 years if...
Thursday 1st Jun 2017