News archive from 2 June 2016

Black NHS staff more likely to be bullied than white colleagues

Black NHS staff more likely to be bullied than white colleagues

The head of the NHS in England has called on trusts to act on “deeply concerning” figures showing far more black and minority ethnic (BME) staff than white staff report harassment, bullying or abuse by colleagues and managers. Related: Spending...

Guardian, 00:03 in Health
 
Conor McGregor: Why I want my rematch with Nate Diaz to take be in the 170-pound division

Conor McGregor: Why I want my rematch with Nate Diaz to take be in the 170-pound division

McGregor and Diaz, 19-3 and 19-10 respectively, first locked horns with one another last March at UFC 196. The Irishman was the overwhelming favourite to win the fight but ended up suffering a spectacular second-round submission loss. “What kind of...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 

Lucas: I’ll be leader again as long as it’s a job share

CAROLINE LUCAS confirmed yesterday that she is willing to become leader of the Green Party again — but only as part of a job share. The Brighton Pavilion MP is standing on a joint ticket with the party’s work and pensions spokesman Jonathan Bartley....

 
EXCLUSIVE: Georges St-Pierre is ready to return to the UFC

EXCLUSIVE: Georges St-Pierre is ready to return to the UFC

St-Pierre hasn't graced the cage since his highly-controversial spilt-decision victory of Johny Hendricks at UFC 167. The Canadian, who is widely regarded as the greatest welterweight in UFC history, recently hinted that he is ready to return to...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 

Council sued over cuts to family service

TWO families have taken legal action against a council after it slashed spending on support services for the parents of disabled children. Solicitors say both families are unhappy at the way Tory-run West Berkshire Council has cut £215,000 out of its...

 

UCU Conference - Hunt: We’ll have to get the ballots back

UNION reps must “reconnect” with non-voting lecturers to beat Trade Union Act limits, University and College Union (UCU) leader Sally Hunt said yesterday. The union is set to discuss its dispute with universities over a 1.1 per cent pay offer in a...

 

Suffering Greeks hit by new rise in VAT

GREEKS woke up yesterday to another round of price rises as VAT rose for the sixth time in six years. Years of “austerity” have seen the economy shrink by a quarter and unemployment stands at almost 25 per cent, while EU-mandated attacks on wages and...

 
Calvin Harris and Taylor Swift reported to have split after 15 months together

Calvin Harris and Taylor Swift reported to have split after 15 months together

WE thought she was going to buy a castle in Scotland and live happily ever after with her Scottish prince. But reports in the US suggest Taylor Swift has split from Scottish dance music legend Calvin Harris . People Magazine is claiming the music mega...

 

EU demands more use of cancer-linked weedkiller

EU CHIEFS defied the will of the European Parliament yesterday by announcing a push to extend use of a weedkiller linked to cancer in humans. European Commissioner Vytenis Andriukaitis called for a “limited extension of the current approval” for the...

 

Japan: Mitsubishi in payout deal with WWII slaves

JAPANESE corporation Mitsubishi Materials finally agreed a settlement yesterday with Chinese people forced to slave for the group during Japan’s World War II invasion. The company, a core member of the Mitsubishi Group, signed a deal with three former...

 

42 years and still no justice

NEARLY 42 years ago, terrorist bombings at two Birmingham pubs killed 21 people. The killers have never been found and brought to book for their crimes, and the police force with that task has instead spent decades trying to prevent anyone from...

 

Cutting through the EU confusion

JOHN ELLISON on why some of the left-wing fears about Brexit aren’t as strong as might first appear IN yesterday’s article I weighed up whether an EU referendum vote would hinder a future Corbyn-politics Labour government from putting its policies...

 

Chance of a lifetime to beat the neoliberals

by Doug Nicholls THE very last thing this referendum is about is Boris Johnson and David Cameron. It is about democracy. The distinctive contribution of trade unionists, feminists and socialists in Britain has been to create democratic structures,...

 

Bean there, done that

MAT COWARD explains how to grow yourself a tasty crop of French beans THE obvious advantage of growing dwarf French beans, as opposed to the climbing type, is that you don’t have to bother with putting up a load of beanpoles and then tying them into...

 

England have been left in Portugal’s dust

Fifty years ago the Three Lions beat their Euro rivals in the ’66 World Cup semi-final and Mark Perryman argues that they have been trying to catch up ever since This article is reserved for Morning Star subscribers. To read on, and gain access to the...

 


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