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Police Taser Own Racism Adviser

Officers fire at 63-year-old founder of group improving community relations after mistaking him for wanted suspect A BLACK race relations adviser for the police has been Tasered by officers outside his own home in a shambolic case of mistaken identity. J

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Corbyn: Cuts would dog independence

Labour leader warns Holyrood elite have no special solutions LABOUR leader Jeremy Corbyn yesterday warned that an independent Scotland would face “turbo-charged austerity” and struggle to fill “glaring holes” in local government budgets. On a visit to Gl

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Ex-doctor is Labour choice for Copeland

‘Tireless campaigner’ Troughton goes for seat A FORMER doctor has been selected as Labour’s candidate to fight the Copeland by-election triggered by the resignation of party “moderate” Jamie Reed. The dates for the by-elections in Copeland and Stoke-on-T

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Protests mark Trump’s first day as US president

World erupts against right-wing populist billionaire’s inauguration ceremony DONALD TRUMP faced angry protests en route to his inauguration in Washington DC yesterday — with more demonstrations around the world. Dozens of disparate groups flocked to the

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Brazil: Judge’s death investigated

BRAZILIAN police launched an investigation on Thursday night into the death of a leading anti-corruption judge in a plane crash. Supreme Court Justice Teori Zavascki was killed along with four others when their privately chartered aircraft crashed into t

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Syria: Isis destroys more ancient monuments in Palmyra

ISIS philistines vandalised more ancient monuments in Syria’s Palmyra after executing 12 captives in the Roman amphitheatre, residents said yesterday. Syrian antiquities chief Maamoun Abdulkarim said the death cult blew up the facade of the theatre and a

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Threadbare nationalism

SCOTTISH National Party fury directed at Jeremy Corbyn before and after his speech in Glasgow is understandable because the SNP fears a left-influenced Labour revival in Scotland. The SNP achieved a position of dominance in Scotland by dint of opposing N

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The just cause of fairer political representation

In 2017, there should be absolutely no reason why women should find it any more difficult to rise through the ranks of politics and stand for office, argues Sarah Champion IN December 1923, three Labour women took their places in the House of Commons for

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The stark choices faced by Ecuadorians

The fast approaching February elections will decide whether Ecuador continues on a path of social progress and development or reverts to old patterns of inequality and exploitation, says KEN LIVINGSTONE THIS has been a big week for Ecuador. The country t

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Mike Ambrose: A lovely man and an inspiring journalist

Exceptional Daily Worker & Morning Star reporter MIKE AMBROSE (1942-2017) was much admired and will be sorely missed, writes John Haylett MIKE AMBROSE, who has died just short of his 75th birthday, was distinguished as the last surviving Morning...

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Jones: Lack of leaders could cost England the World Cup

Eddie Jones cited England’s lack of leaders yesterday as one of the biggest stumbling blocks to winning the 2019 World Cup. England boss Jones rates captain Dylan Hartley “seven out of 10” in fitness terms for the Six Nations, following the Northampton h

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Cricket: Broken hand forces Hales to miss rest of Tour

England opener Alex Hales will miss the remainder of England’s limited-overs tour of India because of a broken hand. Hales suffered the injury attempting an outfield catch in the 15-run one-day international defeat in Cuttack on Thursday which consigned

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Owner puts relegation battle down to his illness

Controversial Leyton Orient president Francesco Becchetti believes the reason the League Two club are in a relegation battle is because he has been ill and unable to attend games. Orient supporters have spent this season demanding the Italian sell the cl

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Bright future beckons for this Solo effort

Joe Solo The Future Needs Us Now 4/5 JOE SOLO’S latest is summed up by the lyrics on opener Care Out Loud. “It is not enough to have a heart and quietly believe, nah, you have got to rise up,” he exhorts. Written throughout a year of tumultuous change in

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Poetry

On the road with Attila the Stockbroker SO COMRADES, COME RALLY (A Trump inauguration poem) 9 November 1989: Fall of the Berlin Wall. 9 November 2016: ‘Election’ of Donald Trump. Cause and effect. The ghastly end to a chain of events going back to the 80

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