News archive from 4 June 2016

Church slams bias against Corbyn

CHARLOTTE CHURCH defended Jeremy Corbyn yesterday and attacked “biased” media reporting of news about the Labour leader. The Welsh singer argued that the mainstream media is so unfairly skewed against Mr Corbyn that newspapers are ignoring bigger...

 

Blair ‘should pay for copy of Chilcot’s £767 report’

TONY BLAIR should pay to provide the relatives of British soldiers who died in the Iraq war with a £767 hard copy of the Chilcot report, families of the dead said yesterday. Rose Gentle, who was visiting the grave of her son Fusilier Gordon Gentle,...

 

Armenia: Yildirim hits out at genocide recognition

TURKISH Prime Minister Binali Yildirim hit out at Germany and Armenia yesterday following Thursday’s Bundestag vote to recognise the 1915 Armenian genocide. Ahead of a visit to Azerbaijan, whose side Ankara took in the recent flare-up of the...

 

India: At least 24 killed as eviction turns violent

AT LEAST 24 people were killed in India’s Uttar Pradesh state when a gun battle erupted as police tried to clear thousands of squatters from a protest camp on Thursday night. State police said yesterday more than 100 people, including 23 police, were...

 

Libya: At least 116 drown as traffickers’ boat sinks

AT LEAST 116 refugees drowned yesterday when two people-traffickers’ boats sank in the Mediterranean between Libya and Crete. One overloaded vessel went down near the Libyan city of Zwara. Libyan Red Crescent spokesman Mohammed al-Mosrati said...

 

Fatal flaws in Paris summit assumptions

RENEWED attention on the festering sore that is Israel’s continued occupation of the West Bank and siege of the Gaza Strip is welcome. But, for all the diplomats’ well-meaning words, the Paris summit is unlikely to improve the prospects for peace....

 

Democracy’s the word – for crooks and liars

DEMOCRACY is very much the byword for this week, or more precisely the subversion of it. While the yeah and nay camps in the EU referendum debacle continue to ramp up their blustering bullshit and bipartisan bastardry as polling day nears, both are...

 

What the Donbass rebels are really fighting for

PIERRE MARSHALL speaks to those on the front lines of the anti-fascist war in the east of Ukraine ON A recent trip to Novorossiya, formerly eastern Ukraine, I was able to spend a day in Lugansk talking with communists there, as well as visiting...

 

In Switzerland, a very different referendum

The Swiss are voting on a universal basic income. Crazy – or an idea whose time has come, asks PAUL DONOVAN THE EU referendum continues to dominate the media here but in Switzerland some would argue a much more interesting vote is taking place...

 

Knight’s shift has officially begun

New England captain named after Edwards’s retirement New captain Heather Knight said yesterday that changes in women’s cricket will help spur them on to greater things after the disappointment of the ICC Women’s World Twenty20. England slipped to...

 

Something missing from England a week before Euros

by Tashan Deniran-Alleyne at Wembley A week today England begin their quest to land a first piece of international silverware since 1966. They face Russia in the Stade Velodrome, Marseille, in their Euro 2016 Group B opener and based on the...

 

From Bliss to Amnesia

From first to last, the novels of award-winning Australian writer PETER CAREY take the reader on a radical road-trip, says Andy Hedgecock This article is reserved for Morning Star subscribers. To read on, and gain access to the rest of the Star’s...

 
Hartlepool star Nathan Thomas targets promotion challenge

Hartlepool star Nathan Thomas targets promotion challenge

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Dugdale: I’ll keep fighting austerity

Scottish Labour leader vows to expose SNP despite mauling SCOTTISH Labour leader Kezia Dugdale has pledged to continue her fight against austerity and to expose the SNP despite being punished at last month’s Holyrood elections. The party tabled a...

 

Taxpayer picks up the bill for City Link comp

Workers’ victory marred as investment firm owners Better Capital pay nothing SACKED City Link workers are to receive compensation — but the taxpayer will foot the bill. An employment tribunal in Leeds ruled on Thursday evening that the workers should...

 


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