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Drivers Derail Southern

Aslef vote puts brakes on railway’s plans for driver-only trains DRIVERS on Britain’s worst-performing railway sensationally rejected a deal with bosses over driver-only operation yesterday. In talks brokered by the TUC last month, negotiators for driver

Morning Star, Friday, 00:14

Anger grows over Rudd’s Dubs U-turn

All four children’s commissioners voice fury ALL four children’s commissioners in Britain wrote to the government yesterday to express “deep concern” over its U-turn on bringing lone child refugees to the country. The government unexpectedly announced la

Morning Star, Friday, 00:14

Health cuts ‘have led to thousands of needless deaths’

Deadly consequence of Tories’ cuts revealed TENS of thousands of people may have died because of NHS and social care cuts, according to an explosive report published today. Its authors warn that, without “urgent intervention” by the government, more deat

Morning Star, Friday, 00:14

UN: 2-state solution only way for peace between Israel and Palestine

Trump warned against policy reversal THE United Nations and the Arab League restated their commitment to a Palestinian state yesterday after US President Donald Trump suggested a one-state solution to the Israeli-Arab conflict. After a meeting in Cairo,

Morning Star, Friday, 00:14

Staff reject union after Boeing whip up media storm

WORKERS at Boeing’s South Carolina plant rejected union representation on Wednesday after a massive propoganda campaign by the firm. The staff at the factory, which makes the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, voted against membership of the International Associatio

Morning Star, Friday, 00:14

Belgium: Putin slams Nato alliance for ‘trying to provoke Russia’

RUSSIAN President Vladimir Putin hit back at Nato’s sabre-rattling yesterday and accused the alliance of “constantly trying to drag us into a confrontation.” Addressing senior officers of the FSB intelligence service in Brussels Mr Putin said the threat

Morning Star, Friday, 00:14

GTR dispute is still live

THE decision by Aslef members to reject a proposed resolution to the dispute with Southern Railways illustrates deep concern over Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) management’s motives and trustworthiness. Aslef leaders were well aware before the ballot of

Morning Star, Friday, 00:14

Murdoch was the voyeur to the Gove-Trump love-in

By Solomon Hughes BACK in January, I wrote a piece for the Morning Star arguing that Michael Gove’s bum-licky interview with newly elected US President Donald Trump was a gift from Murdoch, who wants to get in with the Donald. I don’t write the headlines

Morning Star, Friday, 00:14

Will funding Tory fat cat chums fix broken housing?

Sajid Javid was right, the housing market is broken. But Tory plans will ensure it stays broken and supply lucrative second jobs for Tory MPs, writes SOLOMON HUGHES Communities Secretary Sajid Javid admitted this month that “the housing market is broken.

Morning Star, Friday, 00:14

Victims of rape treated with suspicion and scorn

A Ugandan refugee and gang rape victim, Erioth Mwesigwa escaped to Britain. But the government locked her up in Yarl’s Wood. Elizabeth Tswana and Anna Cross tell her harrowing story WE ARE the All African Women’s Group, a self-help group of women seeking

Morning Star, Friday, 00:14

Hastings: Jones is a ‘leader of men’

Dylan Hartley’s chances of leading the British and Irish Lions this summer have “gone backwards” with Alun Wyn Jones likely to captain the tourists, former Lions skipper Gavin Hastings said yesterday. Hastings, who led the Lions on their 1993 tour of New

Morning Star, Friday, 00:14

Rodgers sad to see Warburton depart Rangers

Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers expressed his sadness yesterday at the departure of Mark Warburton from Rangers. The Ibrox club — 27 points behind the Premiership leaders after coming up from the Championship — announced last Friday night that they had accep

Morning Star, Friday, 00:14

Cellino’s ban suspended on appeal

Leeds co-owner Massimo Cellino’s Football Association ban was suspended yesterday pending an appeal. Cellino was due to begin a 12-month suspension tomorrow after the FA found him guilty of breaking its agency regulations in relation to the 2014 sale of

Morning Star, Friday, 00:14

An edifying tender tale

Eight Oscar nominations for compelling drama are well-deserved, says MARIA DUARTE Moonlight (15) Directed by Barry Jenkins 4/5 With eight Oscar nominations this intimate and compelling study of a young black man’s struggle to find himself and grapple wit

Morning Star, Friday, 00:14

Unions fight to expose Met’s dirty secrets

Judge asked to act after police shredded documents A JUDGE tasked with probing decades of undercover police abuses must call an immediate hearing to investigate the destruction of police files, trade union leaders demanded yesterday. The Metropolitan Pol

Morning Star, 14 February 2017

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