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  • Communists set to win landmark share of vote


    COMMUNIST parties are set to win a landmark vote in Nepal’s first parliamentary elections for 18 years, according to latest results.

    The elections were held under the new constitution passed in 2015 which declared Nepal a federal state with three levels of government —...

    Thursday 14th Dec 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • Wimbledon on their way back home


    WIMBLEDON were given the green light yesterday to build a new stadium in their home London borough.

    Representatives from the League One club, Merton Council and developer GRA Acquisitions signed paperwork which means work can start at the site of the old Wimbledon Greyhound Stadium on...

    Thursday 14th Dec 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Sport

  • 20 per cent of bosses won’t hire the disabled


    A FIFTH of managers say they would be less likely to employ a disabled person, believing that they would struggle to do the job, a charity has found.

    A further three out of five expressed concern about the cost of employing a disabled person, while one in four said that ensuring the...

    Thursday 14th Dec 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • School staff reject academy plans


    STAFF at a school in north-west London are set to strike today over controversial plans for it to be turned into an academy.

    The Village school in Kingsbury would become part of a Multi Academy Trust, following wider government plans that force schools that are deemed to be failing to...

    Thursday 14th Dec 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • Arriva bus drivers call off Xmas strike after new offer


    A CHRISTMAS strike by thousands of bus drivers was called off yesterday after a new pay deal was accepted.

    The two-year deal will see Arriva North West bus drivers receive 3.2 per cent backdated to April this year and 2.6 per cent from April 2018.

    Unite regional officer John...

    Thursday 14th Dec 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • Picturehouse staff strike for living wage


    CINEMA workers at Picturehouse cinemas in London walked out yesterday, beginning the first of three days of stoppages.

    Members of broadcasting and entertainment union Bectu are embroiled in the second year of a pay dispute with the chain, which also involves cinemas in Brighton.

    ...

    Thursday 14th Dec 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • Christmas lights up Aleppo


    CHRISTMAS lights went up in Aleppo on Tuesday one year after jihadist death squads were vanquished from the Syrian city.

    A large tree was lit up at al-Aziziyeh Square in western Aleppo as Syrians made preparations for the celebration of Christmas and the new year.

    Last...

    Thursday 14th Dec 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • Ryanair pilots to strike for union recognition


    PILOTS working for Ryanair in Ireland are set to strike next week in a dispute over trade union recognition.

    Members of the Irish Airline Pilots Association (Ialpa) — part of the Impact trade union — are taking action in a bid for their union to negotiate over pay rather...

    Thursday 14th Dec 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • Workers fight back against strike plans


    GREEK unions will stage a general strike today in protest against government plans to restrict the right to take industrial action.

    Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’s coalition government struck a deal with the country’s bailout creditors last week that will also see further...

    Thursday 14th Dec 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • Sarginson rejoins former club


    Wigan brought Dan Sarginson back to the club yesterday on a two-year deal.

    The England international spent three seasons at Loire Drive but swapped Super League for the Gold Coast Titans in the NRL after helping the Warriors to glory in last year’s Grand Final.

    However,...

    Thursday 14th Dec 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Sport


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