AIRLINES must fit air filtration units to their aircraft so that staff and passengers are not at risk of breathing in “toxic, contaminated air,” Unite demanded yesterday.
Most aircrafts’ ventilation systems circulate air that can, in some circumstances, contain engine...
Tuesday 19th Sep 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
GREEN PARTY co-leader Caroline Lucas condemned the “dirty” fracking industry yesterday as she joined protesters at a permanent anti-fracking camp in Lancashire.
Campaigners set up the camp earlier this year to fight plans by energy exploitation firm Cuadrilla to drill and...
Thousands march for rapper Killah P
Monday 18th Sep 2017
posted by Morning Star in World
Tower block residents demonstrate over continued plight
Samim Bigzad on his way home to Britain from Afghanistan
AN IRANIAN human rights group called for the immediate release of two hunger-striking trade unionists in the country yesterday.
The Committee for the Defence of the Iranian People’s Rights (Codir) said the health of Reza Shahabi, the treasurer of the Syndicate of Workers of...
by Felicity Collier
CHILDREN as young as six are self-harming in Welsh schools, a study said yesterday, leading to union calls for wellbeing officers to be introduced in classrooms.
Referrals to social services by schools have risen sixfold in three years in...
by a Star correspondent in Birmingham
STRIKING refuse workers and their supporters took over Victoria Square in Birmingham yesterday to demand the sacking of the council’s chief executive.
The rally was held outside the closed offices of Birmingham City...
Vettel-Verstappen-Raikkonen crash at start puts Brit in front
posted by Morning Star in Sport
Chelsea 0-0 Arsenal by Amar Azam at Stamford Bridge
THESE two London rivals were left to share the points following this tightly contested affair at Stamford Bridge yesterday.
The draw ends a run of five successive defeats by Arsenal at the home of the current...