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Ex-Communist leader ‘doing what he loved’
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BEN CHACKO hears Mexican presidential candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador outline his left-wing Morena party’s plans to transform his country
Without having received a single vote, Temer’s regime is hurting millions, writes CHRIS WILLIAMSON
Ian Hodson says occupying McDonald's outlets could become necessary
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Labour's John McDonnell hails workers demanding proper pay and contracts as "an inspiration"
Ukraine's Communist Party leader Petro Symonenko speaks to Ben Chacko about the Institute of National Memory and the wave of destruction engulfing his country
An open letter on the crisis facing the people of Gaza
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IT IS easy to mock the embarrassing efforts of Activate, the “independent national grassroots campaigning organisation” aiming to win back the nation’s youth for the Conservatives.Its initial tweet, a meme of a Star Wars character from 1983’s Return of the Jedi warning the young not to trust Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn, has been howled down for feeling the
McDonnell pledges to bring rip-off private finance initiative contracts back in-house
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Unions warn that Tories’ new funding plan isn’t enough
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GMB protest calls for regulation of cab industry
Greens and liberal FDP sought as allies as far-right AfD takes shock third place
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Moscow denies attacks on US-backed fighters
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DONALD TRUMP issued a new travel ban yesterday, imposing an indefinite ban on almost all travel to the United States from seven countries.
It follows the US president’s March…
Evergreen Bolsover MP Dennis Skinner hit the nail on the head yesterday in telling delegates under media interrogation over how to fund Labour’s economic policies what to reply.
JEREMY CORBYN is right to resist the blandishments of pro-EU Labour members to back the pipe-dream of Britain remaining inside the internal market and customs union after leaving the EU.
DIRECT action against the import of Volkswagen diesel cars by Greenpeace activists yesterday showed a decisiveness that has been entirely lacking from the British government — both in…
In part one of a two part Q&A, HARRY LESLIE SMITH talks to the Star about the deeply troubling times we find ourselves in
CHRIS WILLIAMSON talks to Ben Cowles about neoliberalism and its effects in Latin America
But this new strength could provide ever more challenges for both the left and right wings of the party, writes CONRAD LANDIN
In unprecedented scenes on Sunday, over 200 players protest against the US president’s call for them to get fired. KADEEM SIMMONDS reports
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Castleford star was told his season was over
PRESIDENT Donald Trump tweeted yesterday that he was proud of Nascar because no drivers, crew or other team members protested during the US national anthem on Sunday prior to a race at New…
MARY CONWAY is taken by the theatrical breadth of the production but doubts the purpose its over simplistic narrative
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RUTH BECKERMANN’S films have never shied away from difficult questions.
For her haunting 1996 documentary East of War, she set up camp at the Wehrmachtsausstellung in Vienna — a…
Prelude to a Certain Midnight
by Gerald Kersh
(London Books, £11.99)
THE WORKS of Gerald Kersh fell steeply out…