The Prime Minister of Sweden, Stefan Löfven, has announced that his country will work towards becoming "one of the first fossil fuel-free welfare states in the world," in a speech to the UN General Assembly. The Nordic countries already lead the world in renewable energy, with Sweden generating around two-thirds of its electricity through renewable sources.
Westboro Baptist Church has become infamous for a whole lot of controversial protests throughout the years, riling-up the public as they carry on with their wearisome ‘God Hates Fags’ crusade. However, the group will definitely not be returning to one town in Missouri, US, after being chased out by hundreds of high school students – for daring to speak out against one of its pupils.
The press standards watchdog has upheld a complaint against the Daily Telegraph after it claimed on its front page that senior Labour figures viewed new leader Jeremy Corbyn as an “anti-Semite”. Ivan Lewis, the shadow Northern Ireland Secretary, complained to the Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO) over an article headlined “Labour grandees round on ‘anti-Semite’ Corbyn” published in August during the party’s leadership contest.
The Home Secretary is peddling “nonsense” myths about immigration that undermine economic growth and “vilify” migrants, a leading business group has said. The Institute of Directors issued a strongly worded attack on Theresa May after she told the annual Conservative party conference that social cohesion was “impossible” with mass immigration.
It's been revealed a second juvenile is facing the death penalty in Saudi Arabia, a day after David Cameron was confronted about the case of a 17-year-old sentenced to ‘crucifixion’ in the country. According to human rights organisation Reprieve, Dawoud al-Marhoon had his death by beheading sentence upheld by the Saudi Specialised Criminal Court.
OUR anti-austerity fightback must have our postal service at its heart and stop the “race to the bottom,” a mass rally heard last night.
A packed meeting for the Communication Workers Union’s People’s Post campaign heard from Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn alongside, Green leader Natalie Bennett, singer Charlotte Church and Milifandom founder Abby Tomlinson.
Disabled people should have to work their way out poverty and not simply be taken out of it by state financial assistance, Iain Duncan Smith has said. The Work and Pensions Secretary said it was not the role of government to pay the disabled enough to stop them being poor and that the correct way to escape poverty was by working. “We don’t think of people not in work as victims to be sustained on government handouts. No, we want to help them live lives independent of the state,” he told the annu
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