Too many of Scotland’s councillors see their job as merely managing the Tory cuts rather than defending our
seriously needed public services, argues JOHN STEVENSON
Tuesday 21st Feb 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
PLANS to tackle the sexual exploitation and trafficking of children show the government’s hypocrisy, Labour said yesterday, pointing out that billions of pounds have been cut from the public services that are designed to safeguard them.
Shadow home secretary Diane Abbott said...
Friday 17th Feb 2017
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
Sajid Javid was right, the housing market is broken. But Tory plans will ensure it stays broken and supply lucrative second jobs for Tory MPs, writes SOLOMON HUGHES
RENOWNED filmmaker Ken Loach condemned the “brutality” of the British government as he collected a Bafta award for his film I, Daniel Blake on Sunday night.
The director, who bagged the award for outstanding British film, blasted the Tories and the damage caused by them at...
Tuesday 14th Feb 2017
Brokenshire yields to pressure from ex-soldiers
Monday 13th Feb 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Cash pours in after student taunts homeless
Saturday 11th Feb 2017
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
PETER FROST sees the healthy, outdoor environment which provided much needed recreation, particularly for the urban working class, come under serious threat
Friday 10th Feb 2017
Tory ploy to halt tax referendum exposed by Labour leader
Thursday 9th Feb 2017
Activists demand a Commons debate on shady free trade deal
Tuesday 7th Feb 2017
CASH-GRABBING Tories were accused of “pulling yet another ugly move on students” yesterday as the government revealed its plans to further privatise the student loan book.
Loans issued before 2012 and worth £12 billion to the public purse are planned to be sold under...