OSCAR-NOMINATED US actor Mark Ruffalo called on David Cameron yesterday to abandon fracking schemes for renewable energy in order to halt damage to the environment.
The fracking opponent warned the Tory PM that he was making “a legacy mistake” in supporting the process of...
Monday 8th Feb 2016
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
A HUNDRED babies spent time in prisons last year, Prime Minister David Cameron announced yesterday in calling for a review of the penal system.
He said the situation was “absolutely terrible” and that the government was seeking custody alternatives for babies of female...
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Talks open fire on ‘Social Europe’ laws
Thursday 4th Feb 2016
posted by Luke James in Britain
LABOUR leader Jeremy Corbyn is correct to accuse David Cameron of “negotiating the wrong goals, in the wrong way, for the wrong reasons.”
Cameron promised the electorate and his party that there would be fundamental change in Britain’s relations with the European...
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
PM’s ‘competitiveness a code for reducing workers’ rights’
Wednesday 3rd Feb 2016
JEREMY CORBYN accused David Cameron of showing disrespect for Parliament yesterday after the PM dodged questions over his EU renegotiation, writes Luke James.
Mr Cameron snubbed the Commons and instead addressed a carefully selected audience in Chippenham about his proposals.
Workers lose out as Cameron and Tusk pig out
Tuesday 2nd Feb 2016
Cameron’s predictable parliamentary posturing is no match for real policies to bring about social justice, such as those put forward by Corbyn and McDonnell, writes CALLUM TOWLER
posted by Morning Star in Features
PM considering £18k school place for son
Monday 1st Feb 2016
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
by Our News Desk
COMMUNISTS slammed David Cameron’s “cynical obsession” with punishing migrant workers yesterday as the PM plotted against them at a cosy dinner with European Council president Donald Tusk.
The former Polish prime minister arrived in...