News archive from 4 August 2016

Romelu Lukaku to Chelsea: Everton furious with Antonio Conte’s transfer pursuit

Romelu Lukaku to Chelsea: Everton furious with Antonio Conte’s transfer pursuit

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Morning Star editor from 1974-95 dies

FORMER Morning Star editor Tony Chater died on Tuesday after a lengthy illness, his family announced yesterday. Mr Chater, a former lecturer in physical chemistry who became a full-time worker for the Communist Party of Great Britain (CPGB) in 1969,...

 

Staff at NHS transport firm to vote on strike call

HEALTH service privateers were accused yesterday of not paying ambulance staff on time, leading to them being owed £45,000 in back pay. The workers are to vote on strike action to make the contractor cough up. They worked for Coperforma patient...

 
Group airlifted to safety after getting stuck at waterfall near Loch Lomond

Group airlifted to safety after getting stuck at waterfall near Loch Lomond

THREE young women and a man had to be airlifted to safety after getting stuck on rocks at a beauty spot near Loch Lomond this afternoon. The four were airlifted from the Falls of Falloch in Stirlingshire following a major emergency service response...

 

Residents unveil plan to save estates

RESIDENTS of two London council estates to be bulldozed to make way for posh flats published a “people’s plan” to save their homes yesterday. The residents’ proposals show how developer Capco’s project could still go ahead without there being any need...

 

Japan: Abe gives military brief to war crimes apologist

JAPANESE Prime Minister Shinzo Abe risked upsetting regional neighbours yesterday by naming as defence minister Tomomi Inada, who has excused her country’s war crimes. Ms Inada, a former minister for regulatory reform who most recently held one of the...

 

Jagland: Europe must back Turkey’s leaders after coup

COUNCIL of Europe secretary general Thorbjorn Jagland said yesterday that there had been “too little understanding” from Europe about the challenges facing Turkey in the aftermath of the failed July 15 coup. Mr Jagland is the first high-ranking...

 

Nepal: Maoist leader picked as PM

MAOIST leader Pushpa Kamal Dahal was elected by Nepal’s parliament yesterday to lead a coalition government as the country’s new prime minister. Parliamentary speaker Onsari Gharti Magar announced that Mr Dahal had received 363 votes, with 210...

 

Ukip is still a real threat

A SPAT among top Ukip members over who gets to stand for the party’s leadership should not lull progressives into a false sense of security. It is true that the United Kingdom Independence Party has struggled to become more than a one-man band....

 

Open letter on disability hate crime in Sagamihara

WE are writing in response to the horrific mass attack on disabled people in Sagamihara last week. The growth of hate crime around the world in recent times is deeply troubling with hate crime against disabled people being no exception. In Britain,...

 

Why we, as women, are proud to support Corbyn

It is insulting to assume that women’s only requirement from a political candidate is someone of the same sex, write 12 Jeremy-supporting sisters WE are a group of women who supported Jeremy Corbyn for leader last summer and are wholeheartedly...

 

A triumph for sisterhood: How Doncaster Women’s Aid was saved

SISTERS UNCUT tell the story of how they successfully defended a South Yorkshire domestic violence service from closure LAST Thursday, sisters in Doncaster celebrated the opening of a new domestic violence service. Well, not so much a new service, but...

 

Hull fans ready to protest against club owner Allam

Day of action planned for opening game of the season A group of Hull fans announced plans on Tuesday for more protests against the club’s owners, starting at the Premier League opener against Leicester next week. Hull are currently without a manager...

 

Cricket: Stokes to miss the rest of Test series

Ben Stokes will play no further part in the Test series against Pakistan as he continues his recovery from a calf injury, the England and Wales Cricket Board confirmed yesterday. Stokes, who hurt himself in the second Test at Old Trafford and was then...

 

Coleman is too big for Hull, says Ricketts

Former Hull defender Sam Ricketts told the club yesterday that the vacant manager’s job is not “big enough” for Wales boss Chris Coleman. On Tuesday the Football Association of Wales announced it had turned down an approach from the Tigers to speak to...

 


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