Unions, Labour and the left vow to fight for a deal that delivers for the working class
Wednesday 29th Mar 2017
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
Scotland braces for another divisive independence campaign
PERSONAL debt has gone up for the first time in eight years, according to debt charity StepChange.
And a record number of people since the bankers’ crash of 2008 are seeking advice for their money problems, the charity said yesterday.
The average unsecured debt of its...
Tuesday 28th Mar 2017
LEAVING the EU could cause splits within the Conservative Party unless PM Theresa May eradicates “disastrous and divisive” views within her government, Labour taunted yesterday.
Shadow Brexit secretary Keir Starmer said inner-party strife could force Ms May back to Brussels...
THOUSANDS of children have dropped off the radar having failed to attend school for months or years, according to a report published today.
There is no national data collected on these youngsters but the number is believed to be in the tens of thousands every year, according to...
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’
Saturday 25th Mar 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Britain responds to the far-right trying to whip up hatred after the Westminster attack
Friday 24th Mar 2017
WESTMINSTER attacker Khalid Masood was a “peripheral” figure known to MI5 over concerns about violent extremism, PM Theresa May told MPs yesterday.
The Kent-born man, 52, was previously known to security services but was “not part of the current intelligence...
MORE THAN £100,000 was raised online by yesterday afternoon for the family members of those murdered in Wednesday’s Westminster terrorist attack.
Fundraising pages have been set up to help the wife and children of police officer Keith Palmer, who was fatally stabbed on the...
Four dead and over 20 injured during ‘terror attack’ at Parliament
Thursday 23rd Mar 2017