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Stunning sister acts come to Women's Aid

BOB ORAM sees 14 incredible acts launch the first Loud Women CD Loud Women New River Studios London N4 5/5 Celebrating a resurgence in new music, putting women on stages and turning up the volume, Loud Women is a not-for-profit initiative run by the unst

Morning Star, today, 11:41

Privateers Pocket £18M for Plotting NHS Closure

Figures reveal staggering amount wasted on consultants while health service struggles on brink PRIVATEERS have pocketed millions of pounds of NHS cash in a “consultancy gravy train” advising health bosses how to shut down hospitals — to save cash. Manage

Morning Star, Tuesday, 00:11

Calls for debate into ‘rape clause’ denied

Bercow rejects Commons debate on child tax credit changes CALLS for an emergency debate into the government’s controversial “rape clause” as part of its overhaul of child tax credits were shunned yesterday. The changes, due to come into force in just a f

Morning Star, Tuesday, 00:08

White working class label ‘unhelpful’ in tackling poverty

by Felicity Collier THE label “white working class” is divisive and unhelpful in tackling poverty, according to a report published yesterday by the Runnymede Trust and the Centre for Labour and Social Studies (Class). The Class think tank and race-equali

Morning Star, Tuesday, 00:08

Care firms cancel 95 councils’ contracts

Funding crisis leaving private homecare providers in the red A STAGGERING 95 councils have had care contracts cancelled by private companies, a BBC Panorama investigation revealed yesterday. Drastic cuts to local authorities’ social-care funding has led

Morning Star, Tuesday, 00:08

Syria: Army drives last jihadists out of eastern Damascus

Government forces defeat incursion after being caught off guard on Sunday SYRIAN government forces re-established full control yesterday of parts of eastern Damascus attacked and captured by terrorist forces after dozens of people were killed on both sid

Morning Star, Tuesday, 00:08

Russia: Israeli ambassador ordered to explain air strikes

RUSSIAN Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov confirmed yesterday that his ministry had summoned the Israeli ambassador in Moscow to demand explanations for air strikes near the Syrian city of Palmyra last week. Ambassador Gary Koren was called in on

Morning Star, Tuesday, 00:08

US vows to boycott discussion of Israel by UN rights council

THE US State Department announced yesterday that it would boycott the United Nations human rights council’s entire discussion about Israeli rights abuses and vote against any resolutions that come out of it. “The United States strongly and unequivocally

Morning Star, Tuesday, 00:08

African brilliance in the heart of England

Chris Searle on jazz Ntshuks Bonga and Dave Draper / Ntshuks Bonga, Andy Champion and Cory Mwamba Snow in November / Paperstone Suite (FMR CD 308) / (FMR CD 422) NTSHUKS BONGA from Johannesburg arrived with his family in London in 1970, a sevenyear-old r

Morning Star, Tuesday, 00:08

We should be every bit as relentless as the Tories

This Tory government is the most vindictive in living memory – but trade unionists can crush it if they adopt a true collective spirit, insists MARK McHUGH IN A time when trade union membership is falling, I find it astonishing that many unions feel comp

Morning Star, Tuesday, 00:08

Women have been right at the heart of every mass movement

The activist, author and intersectional feminist Angela Davis led an inspirational discussion at the Southbank Centre recently. FELICITY COLLIER was there FORMER leader of the Communist Party USA (CPUSA), civil rights activist and academic, Angela Davis

Morning Star, Tuesday, 00:08

Rugby: ‘One game doesn’t change our plan’

England boss Jones believes team are on the right track Eddie Jones insists his fouryear plan leading into the 2019 World Cup remains intact despite Saturday’s comprehensive defeat by Ireland. The Six Nations champions headed to Dublin in search of back-

Morning Star, Tuesday, 00:08

ECB wants to get more kids involved in cricket

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) is hoping to win the “battle of the playground and the car park” with a new grassroots initiative pitched at youngsters and their mothers. Launched yesterday, All Stars Cricket is aiming to give 50,000 children a

Morning Star, Tuesday, 00:08

Blues aim to stop Arsenal in the cup

FA Cup holders Arsenal will continue their defence of the trophy with a trip to Birmingham in the sixth round this Sunday, after being drawn against them yesterday. The Gunners kicked off the launch of the defence of their trophy with a convincing 10-0 v

Morning Star, Tuesday, 00:08

Women begging immediate attention

Written almost 2,500 years ago, a drama on the migrants’ plight is a play for today if ever there was one, says PAUL FOLEY The Suppliant Women Royal Exchange, Manchester 5/5 THIRTY-FIVE women, fists defiantly aloft, chant: “Power to women!” The lights sn

Morning Star, Tuesday, 00:08

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