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  • Turkey backtracks from calls to oust Assad


    TURKEY’S ruling party appeared to step back from demands for regime change in Syria yesterday after Wednesday’s summit with Russia and Iran in Sochi.

    Presidents of the three nations met before next week’s UN-sponsored peace talks in Geneva.

    Justice and...

    Friday 24th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • Britain pledges support to Mnangagwa


    BRITAIN is preparing a post-coup support package for Zimbabwe after Africa Minister Rory Stewart’s arrival in the country.

    Mr Stewart(pictured), who flew to South Africa on Wednesday night, called the ousting of President Robert Mugabe by sacked vice-president Emmerson Mnangagwa...

    Friday 24th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • Trump ‘gave intelligence to Russia’


    US PRESIDENT Donald Trump shared Israeli intelligence on an Isis bomb-making cell in Syria with Russia in May, according to Vanity Fair.

    Reporter Howard Blum claims that Israeli counter-terrorism force Sayeret Matkal and Mossad spooks infiltrated southern Syria by helicopter to plant...

    Friday 24th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • Driving test examiners to strike over workloads


    DRIVING TEST examiners have agreed to take industrial action against plans to increase their workload and change working conditions.

    The examiners have launched a work to rule and will strike on December 4 and 5 following an 84 per cent vote for strike action on a 70 per cent...

    Friday 24th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • Governors, teachers and parents fight school cuts


    A NEW campaigning group against school cuts is being launched in Calderdale in West Yorkshire, writes Peter Lazenby.

    Calderdale Against School Cuts (CASC) brings together school governors, teachers, head teachers, parents and families.

    The group said that government cuts will...

    Friday 24th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • 70 rescued in Lancashire as heavy rain causes flooding


    MORE than 70 people were rescued in north Lancashire yesterday as torrential rain caused flooding and power blackouts in north-west England and north Wales.

    Emergency services received more than 500 flood-related calls on Wednesday night and attended over 100 incidents.

    ...

    Friday 24th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • Leonard calls on Holyrood to scrap fire cuts


    RICHARD LEONARD urged the Scottish government yesterday to extinguish cuts to the fire service.

    The newly elected Scottish Labour leader made the demand as he addressed a rally with firefighters outside Holyrood.

    Organised by the Fire Brigades Union (FBU), the protest was held...

    Friday 24th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • Changes to universal credit ‘feeble’


    LABOUR condemned reforms to the disastrous universal credit scheme as “feeble” yesterday, arguing that the supposed improvements will only worsen the suffering of hard-up claimants.

    Work and Pensions Secretary David Gauke has announced a £1.5 billion package of...

    Friday 24th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • Cinema round-up: 24.11.2017


    Suburbicon (15)
    Directed by George Clooney
    2/5

    In 1988, George Clooney memorably starred in Return of the Killer Tomatoes.

    In that same decade, the Coen brothers began scripting Suburbicon and offered it to Clooney,...

    Friday 24th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Match points out gender inequality


    MARIA DUARTE sees an engrossing film on tennis legend Billie Jean King’s battle with Bobby Riggs on and off court

    Friday 24th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts


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