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Grenfell deaths were murder

McDonnell castigates decisions which led to disaster by Lamiat Sabin and Will Stone VICTIMS of the Grenfell Tower fire were “murdered” by political decisions made by central and local governments, John McDonnell said yesterday. Speaking at the Is Democra

Morning Star, Monday, 00:01

Corbyn draws huge Glastonbury crowds

Labour leader cheered to the high heavens at music festival by Will Stone at Glastonbury JEREMY CORBYN drew one of the largest crowds ever at Glastonbury’s Pyramid Stage on Saturday, surpassing even headline acts Radiohead and the Foo Fighters. Introduci

Morning Star, Monday, 00:01

London tower residents ‘intimidated by security’

Chalcots Estate buildings evacuated after failing fire safety tests after Grenfell by Lamiat Sabin RESIDENTS of a London estate that has been declared unsafe claimed yesterday that they were being intimidated by security guards ordering them to leave. Ar

Morning Star, Monday, 00:01

Kvitova triumphs six months after knife attack

Petra Kvitova claimed a remarkable victory at the Birmingham classic yesterday, just six months after a career-threatening stabbing at her home. Kvitova saw off Australia’s Ashleigh Barty 4-6 6-3 6-2 in only her second tournament since the start of her c

Morning Star, Monday, 00:01

Clash of the Titans

Hamilton furious with Vettel after the German crashes into him Sebastian Vettel was accused of deliberately driving into his title rival Lewis Hamilton yesterday as this year’s Formula One championship burst into life during a dramatic Azerbaijan Grand P

Morning Star, Monday, 00:01

Simpson: English coaches can manage at the very top

World Cup winner Paul Simpson said yesterday that English coaches are finally proving that they are good enough to take the top jobs. The former Carlisle boss guided the England Under-20s to World Cup glory in South Korea earlier this month. Now Under-21

Morning Star, Monday, 00:01

TSSA: The Lib Dems in a progressive alliance? You must be joking

by Steve Sweeney in Liverpool CALLS for a “so-called progressive alliance” which includes the Liberal Democrats and Scottish Nationalists were scotched by transport workers yesterday. TSSA general secretary Manuel Cortes told delegates at the union’s con

Morning Star, Monday, 00:01

Ronaldo steals the show as Portugal beat Russia

At the end of an inclement Wednesday in Moscow, where strong winds had been followed by torrential bursts of rain, the sun glinted through the grey as the teams walked out to the Fifa anthem. If Russia, playing their first-ever tournament match in their

Morning Star, Thursday, 14:57

Pinball Wizard not worth the replay

The Who’s Tommy is unwieldy enough without the complexities added to it in a musical revival, says PETER MASON The Who’s Tommy Theatre Royal Stratford East, London E15/Touring 2/5 stars When a musical is as unwieldy, surreal and difficult to stage as Tom

Morning Star, 20 June 2017

Grenfell survivors get just £10 a week to live

SURVIVORS of the Grenfell Tower fire are being given a paltry £10 to live on by the council, a volunteer said yesterday. Nisha Parti said volunteers were unable to get hold of any money, despite huge donations of cash made — a crowdfunding campaign by th

Morning Star, 19 June 2017

Refugee victim’s family allowed to attend funeral

by Felicity Collier THE government agreed to help Grenfell Tower fire victim Mohammad Alhajali’s family in Syria enter Britain yesterday after more than 85,000 people signed a petition demanding they be allowed to attend his funeral. Mr Alhajali, who was

Morning Star, 19 June 2017

Ministers ‘ignored’ school safety fears

Fire expert says government stonewalled sprinkler warnings, reports FELICITY COLLIER A FORMER fire chief accused the government yesterday of ignoring warnings about the need to install life-saving sprinklers in schools. And Ronnie King, who was appointed

Morning Star, 19 June 2017

Trump using ‘cold war rhetoric’ against Cuba

Socialist island rejects ‘hard-line stance’ and urges dialogue and co-operation CUBA condemned US President Donald Trump at the weekend after he further restricted travel to and trade with the socialist island. Cuba’s government stressed the need for pea

Morning Star, 19 June 2017

Army pushes ahead to lift the siege on Deir Ezzor city

by James Tweedie THE Syrian army is engaged in a race to lift Isis’s three-year siege of Deir Ezzor — hoping to beat the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) to the strategically important city. The SDF, which is backed by the US-led coalition, att

Morning Star, 19 June 2017

7 US sailors killed in mysterious ship collision

THE US navy confirmed yesterday that seven of its sailors were dead after a cargo ship hit one of its destroyers off Japan on Saturday. But questions remained over how the collision occurred on a clear night a few miles off the coast south of Yokosuka an

Morning Star, 19 June 2017

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