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Sharon-Smith-Chesterfield school teacher

Tory Austerity really does hit the most needy

Teachers know best: They know they are not getting the funding from Tory run Derbyshire County Council to do their best. A Chesterfield school teacher...
EU tax avoidance

The EU must get its own house in order, according to...

The EU must get its own house in order, according to Oxfam's analysis five EU countries Tax havens are fuelling an inequality crisis that sees...
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Gilets Jaunes seek new momentum “Acte 18”

Gilets jaunes protesters across France plan to present an “ultimatum” to President Emmanuel Macron for “Acte 18”, as the Grand Débat ends, and more protests begin. The Acte...
Christchurch killings.

A manifesto of hate. How European ideas motivated Christchurch killer

Europe can’t turn a blind eye to the Christchurch killings. The self-described ‘fascist’ may have picked up ideas during a trip to France in 2017. By...
Christchurch-shootings

Mass shooting at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand what we...

At least 49 people were killed and 20 seriously injured in mass shootings at two mosques in the New Zealand city of Christchurch Friday,...
Ask whether Turkey itself is a safe country for refugees.

EU hands Erdogan’s regime £1.2bn as part of its ‘shameful’ refugee...

EU to give Turkey 1.5 billion euros in aid for Syrian refugees in 2019. Ask whether Turkey itself is a safe country for refugees. European...
Vince cable quits

Vince Cable to stand down as Lib Dem leader in May

Vince Cable has revealed he will stand down as leader of the Liberal Democrats in May. The 75-year-old, who has been leader of the party...
Parliament votes to delay Brexit

MPs support Brexit delay but reject second referendum

People’s Vote campaign asked Labour not to back a second referendum! The earlier vote, proposing a ‘second referendum’ was voted down! The amendment put down...
John Bercow amendments

Article 50 vote: MPs debate Brexit delay and second referendum

John Bercow has chosen the following amendments to be voted on tonight:   AMENDMENT H: Wollaston - Instructs the PM to request an extension of...
May handed another defeat in parliament

Parliament votes to reject no-deal Brexit. But it’s not legally binding

MPs have voted to reject leaving the EU without a withdrawal agreement. Theresa May said there was a "clear majority" against a no-deal Brexit but...