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The United Nations’ special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights is touring not Bangladesh nor Sudan but the UK

“The United Nations’ special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights...

The UN Special Rapporteur's preliminary findings on the UK. During our 12-day visit, the Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights has investigated...
1922 committee

UK leadership challenge: How does it work?

What is the 1922 Committee? How Jacob Rees-Mogg and other backbenchers could overthrow Theresa May. What needs to happen? A challenge can be triggered if 15...
Powerstation

UK’s backup power subsidies are illegal, European court rules

Britain’s main energy policy for keeping the lights on has been thrown into chaos after a European court revoked state aid clearance, raising fears...
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UK and EU negotiating teams have agreed on a Brexit withdrawal...

UK and EU negotiating teams have agreed on a Brexit withdrawal deal which Theresa May will present to her Cabinet on Wednesday. The UK government...

Myths, lies and the strange rise of ‘Tommy Robinson’

LOUISE RAW looks at the reality behind the far-right activist of many identities WE used to no-platform fascists in this country: now, it seems, we...
Jeremy corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn: ‘We Can’t Stop Brexit’

Interview with Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn believes that politics have left young people behind. In an interview with DER SPIEGEL, he...
Macron

Macron criticizes ‘ultra-liberal’ Europe

Macron performs political somersault and bashes the EU for failing to protect workers. WORKER-BASHING French President Emmanuel Macron did a political somersault, attacking the European...
Macron's plan to pay tribute to Nazi collaborator Pétain

Macron’s plan to pay tribute to Nazi collaborator Pétain

President Emmanuel Macron said on Wednesday it was “legitimate” to pay tribute to Marshal Philippe Petain, who led the French army to victory in...

Powerhouse or Doss house? The Tories’ plan for Manchester

In support of the People's Assembly's Britain is Broken tour launching on November 28, the Morning Star is printing regional reports on the effects...
inequality

Even the elite cannot hide their shock at inequality

BROADCAST journalist Jeremy Vine posted a remarkable tweet at the weekend, confirming the ivory-towered existence that he and other highly paid BBC staff enjoy. “This...