UK Iraq war inquiry report delayed yet again
23 January 2015
Among the records that will reportedly not be published is a minute of a conversation between Tony Blair and George W. Bush six weeks before the Iraq invasion.
UK puts military on standby after Charlie Hebdo attack
15 January 2015
The attacks in Paris are being utilised to push through authoritarian measures long in gestation.
Oil prices and bond yields continue their decline
14 January 2015
Oil prices on Tuesday sank further toward their levels of 2009, while bond yields hit zero in Japan.
UK uses Charlie Hebdo attack to justify repressive powers
13 January 2015
In the aftermath of the attack in Paris, Prime Minister David Cameron has pledged to give the security services more powers to intercept the private communications of individuals.
SEP (UK) public meetings: Socialism and the fight against austerity and war
13 January 2015
The SEP (UK) will be holding a series of meetings in March 2015.
Millions in Britain cannot afford to eat properly
12 January 2015
The figures from a government report are corroborated by the increase in the numbers of people using food banks.
Thousands of UK apprentices paid below minimum wage
9 January 2015
A significant number of young apprentices receive below the minimum wage, work unpaid overtime and have no written contract of employment.
BBC attacks Russell Brand to defend a discredited political setup
8 January 2015
The BBC’s Nick Robinson denied that his comments breached his professional obligation to political impartiality.
UK: Oppose rationing of vital health services!
7 January 2015
What is happening to public health provision in Devon is a warning to the entire working class.
New agreement opens assault on welfare and public sector in Northern Ireland
5 January 2015
The latest pact seeks to deliver full implementation of the austerity measures demanded by the British government in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis.
British nurse in critical condition with Ebola
5 January 2015
So far more than 7,800 people have been killed by the Ebola virus.
UK: Thousands of City Link delivery workers sacked on New Year’s Eve
3 January 2015
City Link is the latest in a number of private equity-backed companies that have gone bankrupt over the last few years.

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