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extreme poverty and human rights

“The United Nations’ special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights is touring not...

The UN Special Rapporteur’s preliminary findings on the UK. During our 12-day visit, the Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights has investigated the Government’s efforts to tackle poverty in the UK, the impact...
1922 committee

UK leadership challenge: How does it work?

What is the 1922 Committee? How Jacob Rees-Mogg and other backbenchers could overthrow Theresa May. What needs to happen? A challenge can be triggered if 15 percent of the Conservative MPs write a letter to the...
UK and EU negotiating teams have agreed on a Brexit withdrawal deal

UK and EU negotiating teams have agreed on a Brexit withdrawal deal

UK and EU negotiating teams have agreed on a Brexit withdrawal deal which Theresa May will present to her Cabinet on Wednesday. The UK government has confirmed reports that May's most senior ministers will read...
Macron’s plan to pay tribute to Nazi collaborator Pétain

Macron’s plan to pay tribute to Nazi collaborator Pétain

President Emmanuel Macron said on Wednesday it was "legitimate" to pay tribute to Marshal Philippe Petain, who led the French army to victory in World War One's Battle of Verdun but decades later collaborated...

Powerhouse or Doss house? The Tories’ plan for Manchester.

In support of the People’s Assembly’s Britain is Broken tour launching on November 28, the Morning Star is printing regional reports on the effects of austerity. Here MARTIN HALL of People’s Assembly Manchester looks...
NHS scam

Three NHS managers have been sentenced to a total of 14 years in jail...

Mark Evill, 47, Howells, 65, and Cope, 43, received jail sentences at Merthyr Tydfil Crown Court. Mark Evill, 42, was jailed for seven years and has been disqualified as acting as a director for seven...
School cuts

Tory councillors complaint, Labour council shows the cost of Tory cuts!

Tory opposition councillors complaining about ‘Political’ banners in Old Market Square Nottingham. The Banners are prominently placed in the Old market square showing the general public the extent of Tory cuts on Nottingham’s schools. The...

Ex-Goldman bankers and Jho Low face US charges

Bankers will always be Bankers! The U.S. Justice Department on Thursday charged two former Goldman Sachs bankers and Malaysian financier Jho Low with conspiring to launder billions of dollars embezzled from a Malaysian sovereign-wealth fund,...
Philip Hammond budget

U-turn on Universal credit but it won’t stop the roll out!

The Tory Budget today unveiled a U-turn over Universal Credit – pouring £1.7billion a year more into the stricken benefit. The Rollout needs to stop and real life issues fixed before it continues to cause...