As Nobel Prize is handed to the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, Hiroshima surivor makes a plea to the powerful
Monday 11th Dec 2017
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
LABOUR took a swing yesterday at Tory plans to introduce higher fees for “condensed” two-year degree courses.
The proposals involve increasing fees for intensive two-year courses to £11,100, compared with the annual fees of £9,520 for three-year courses.
Christmas protests call for Tories to drop cap which has led to a 21% wage decline
Saturday 9th Dec 2017
WORK has begun restoring a mural discovered behind plaster on a wall at Leeds University created by political refugees who fled Chile after the 1973 military coup.
Socialists and trade unionists across Britain welcomed Chileans fleeing imprisonment and torture following the coup that...
UNIONS at British Airways are consulting their members as bosses confirmed they intend to replace workers’ existing pension schemes with versions paying out substantially less.
Consultations have been ongoing with unions representing around 37,000 workers since the cash grab was...
Shock move sends ripples through media industry
Union says tiny fines and ‘shaming’ of firms that dodge minimum wage are pointless
Friday 8th Dec 2017
Thousands of festive leaflets marked return to sender
INSENSITIVE managers of a Yorkshire coal-mining museum angered ex-miners yesterday for refusing to cancel plans to host the local Conservative Association’s annual dinner.
As reported exclusively in the Morning Star earlier this week, Dewsbury Conservative Association in West...
Thursday 7th Dec 2017
A STAGGERING 128,000 children in Britain will wake up homeless on Christmas Day as Tory austerity takes its toll.
Wednesday 6th Dec 2017