News archive from 1 April 2017

Anti-fascists combat far-right march

ANTI-FASCISTS will be out in force against the far-right’s sham “March Against Terrorism” in London today. Neonazi street gangs Britain First and the EDL are seeking to capitalise on the recent Westminster terror attack. A Unite Against Fascism...

 

Plans to axe rail jobs ‘terrifying’ says union

PLANS to axe 1,000 safety-critical jobs on rail renewal work were described as “terrifying” by rail union RMT yesterday. Network Rail’s cost-cutting plans will mean that crucial track replacement work will be cancelled, the union said. RMT general...

 

Thousands rally for our NHS in Leeds

THOUSANDS of protesters are expected in Leeds today for a demonstration and rally in defence of the NHS. Trade unions across Yorkshire have joined forces with NHS campaign groups to demand better funding and an end to widespread cuts, closures and...

 

Jean-Claude DRUNK-er?

EUROPEAN Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker has been smashed by a Polish MP who accused him of “offensive” behaviour during an audience with Pope Francis. Krystyna Pawlowicz has taken Mr Juncker to task for his supposed “alcohol dependency”...

 

Poland: Education changes fears spark strike

POLAND’S teachers walked out yesterday in protest at a shake-up of the country’s schools that they fear could lead to thousands of them losing their jobs and the imposition of a right-wing curriculum. The Polish Teachers Union (ZNP) said that teachers...

 

US: Tillerson tells Nato to boost military spending

NATO countries were told yesterday by US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to increase military spending. Mr Tillerson told his assembled Nato counterparts in Brussels that the US was responsible for a “disproportionate share” of the burden of the...

 

Negotiations must be fair

THE draft guidelines published yesterday, for how the EU will approach negotiations for Britain’s exit, confirm how necessary it is to leave that anti-working class, anti-democratic organisation. As might be expected from a body founded on the...

 

Federalism holds the key to Britain's future

Progressive federalism could reverse the power of capital over labour, help to redistribute wealth and maximise democratic control at every level, argues John Foster PROGRESSIVE federalism: it’s not a particularly catchy term and its meaning is not...

 
Elliot Daly talks England’s Grand Slam failure ahead of European showdown

Elliot Daly talks England’s Grand Slam failure ahead of European showdown

Leinster versus Wasps – leaders of the Pro12 and the Premiership banging heads in front of 50,000 in Dublin – promises to be the club game of the season. Leinster will be missing Jamie Heaslip and Rob Kearney but with James Haskell and Willie Le Roux...

 

Electoral manipulation is nothing new

The fact Trump won has little to do with any Russian trickery, writes JOHN GREEN THE MYTH of Donald Trump’s “mate” Vladimir Putin swinging the election in his favour has now become an accepted factoid in the mainstream media. The real issue behind the...

 

Success needs redefining

FELICITY COLLIER reports from the Women of the World Festival debates with Mary Portas and India Martin on the role of women in the workplace, and the Nordic model of prostitution MARY PORTAS and India Martin are described as “two women giving...

 

Migrants as smoke screen

Theresa May’s desire to have her cake and eat it is a threat to Brexit, writes PAUL DONOVAN The pronouncements of Prime Minister Theresa May on Brexit are at face value economically incoherent. Can the Prime Minister seriously be contemplating cutting...

 
Chelsea star reveals the Man United legend he looked up to as a youngster

Chelsea star reveals the Man United legend he looked up to as a youngster

The Chelsea stopper looks on course to win a second title in three years this season. And his form as part of the Blues' back six will have played an integral role in securing that feat. Every Chelsea player's weekly wages revealed Wednesday, 1st...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
Neville: Forget Chelsea aces... This Man United star deserves to be Player of the Year

Neville: Forget Chelsea aces... This Man United star deserves to be Player of the Year

The 35-year-old has been sensational for Manchester United this season. And his 26 goals in all competitions ensured they were able to challenge on four fronts until recently. Every Manchester United player's weekly wages revealed Tuesday, 21st March...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
Eating THESE nuts could prevent stroke and even heart attack - but they must be unsalted

Eating THESE nuts could prevent stroke and even heart attack - but they must be unsalted

The nuts help reduce the amount of clot causing lipids in the bloodstream by a third, according to the study. Researchers say this leads to more supple arteries and stronger hearts - adding to evidence that nuts in general, including peanuts, help...

 


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