News archive from 25 June 2016

Eoin Morgan in awe of England's openers after Edgbaston rout

Jason Roy and Alex Hales' record-breaking double-century opening stand left stunned England captain Eoin Morgan to reflect on an "absolutely remarkable" spectacle at Edgbaston. Hales (133no) and Roy (112no) each produced career-bests, with...

 

FBU warns against chiefs’ 96-hour shift proposals

FIRE chiefs were told off yesterday for implementing an “unlawful” 96-hour shift system. In a recent report on the finances of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Fire Authority, chief officer Chris Strickland suggested a series of variations on the Day...

 

Hundreds march in protest over migrant scapegoating

HUNDREDS of people took to the streets of London yesterday in a show of solidarity with migrants who had been scapegoated during the EU referendum campaign. Protesters marched from east London to the headquarters of News Corp, owner of The Times and...

 

LGBT workers reject ‘politics of hatred’

GAY, lesbian, bi and trans trade unionists “rejected” the hatred they said had been provoked by the EU referendum yesterday as they opened the second day of the Trades Union Congress (TUC) LGBT conference. After finding out that Britain is set to...

 

Leave victory likely to set TTIP back by years, claims US think tank

STOCK MARKET speculators punished Britain yesterday for voting to leave the European Union, as a US analyst said the result could delay the secretive TTIP trade pact. TTIP (Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership) has drawn fire from trade...

 

Turkey: Troops given immunity for war crimes against Kurds

THE Turkish parliament passed a law on Thursday night granting impunity from prosecution to troops involved in the brutal crackdown on Kurdish cities. Before becoming president in 2014, Recep Tayyip Erdogan spent much of his tenure as prime minister...

 

Communists applaud blow to imperialism

COMMUNIST parties across Europe and beyond congratulated the British people yesterday for their victory in the EU membership referendum. Communist Party of France national secretary Pierre Laurent said the result was “a new shock revealing the...

 

Mood for change is in the air

THE adage that there are decades when nothing happens and weeks where decades happen probably needs updating after the last 24 hours. Hostility and antipathy towards the EU as an institution has been growing as its neoliberal character has become more...

 

‘We need to unite behind Corbyn'

After years of MPs mouthing the platitudes offered by their spin doctors while living standards have been hit, people have become disillusioned. Jeremy’s straight-talking, honest politics can relate more to these people, argues KEN LIVINGSTONE...

 
Gareth Bale ready to snatch 'once in a lifetime' opportunity with Wales

Gareth Bale ready to snatch 'once in a lifetime' opportunity with Wales

The Real Madrid star is determined to help the Dragons into the quarter-finals of Euro 2016 as they face another Battle of Britain clash at the Parc des Princes. Having waited 58 years to reach a major tournament, Chris Coleman’s men are on the brink...

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Jo Cox: a passionate advocate for Palestine

by Hugh Lanning ON PALESTINE, Jo Cox’s background and commitment came shining through. For many new MPs Palestine is one of those issues that is an early challenge as to the type of MP you will be. For many, over the years, the issue has been ducked...

 

A real chance for Corbyn’s Labour

The EU referendum result is being portrayed as a disaster for Labour – but with the Tories in disarray, this is an excellent opportunity if only it can be grasped, writes Morning Star editor BEN CHACKO BRITAIN’S decision to leave the European Union...

 

Women's Football - Stoney: They asked whether I was a girl

Arsenal star was bullied by other parents and teams growing up because of how good she was at football Arsenal’s Casey Stoney revealed yesterday that people questioned whether she was a girl when she was growing up because of her ability on a football...

 

Rugby Union: Jones wants England to have the last laugh

Eddie Jones urged his England players to have the last laugh over Australia by completing a stunning series whitewash at Barnet Copthall today. The final assignment of a year-long season offers the glorious prospect of routing the World Cup finalists...

 

Tennis: Murray to start Wimbledon campaign against Broady

Britain’s number one has a relatively easy route to the final Andy Murray learnt yesterday that he will play fellow Briton Liam Broady in the first round at Wimbledon, and has been drawn in the same half as Stan Wawrinka. Murray has never faced...

 


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