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MICHAEL ROSEN talks to the Star about his communist parents, his childhood, Jeremy Corbyn, Brexit and art. By Louise Raw . (read more)


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England can now only hope to draw multiformat series down under (read more)

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RUSSIA’S refusal to allow an open-ended investigation into the Khan Sheikhoun chemical weapons attack on US terms has prevented a repetition of wars that tore Iraq and Libya apart, Syria’s UN ambassador has claimed. Russia used its veto power to block a resolution seeking. (read more)

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The widespread use of bogus employment practices and agency worker abuses in the road transport industry is to be tested at an employment tribunal. The Unite general union has filed . (read more)

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The number of whistleblowers bringing forward complaints among NHS and care home staff has plummeted in one year by 16 per cent – to under 7,500 – according to figures (read more)

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The Local Government Association has urged Chancellor Philip Hammond to commit £400m in his upcoming Budget to upgrade and renovate leisure facilities. It argued that the cash is crucial to . (read more)

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Arsenal score two first-half goals to beat north London rivals Tottenham for the first time in seven Premier League games (read more)

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Billericay Town 1-3 Leatherhead. Asif Burhan reports from the New Lodge . (read more)

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JAMES NALTON reviews the Hamburg side’s recent form (read more)

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IRISH Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Foreign Minister Simon Coveney insist they will obstruct the next phase of London-Brussels negotiations without a British government assurance. Varadkar told Theresa May: “Before we move into phase two talks on trade, we want to take off the table. (read more)

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