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  • It’s curtains for the right


    LABOUR is right to defer discussion over whether to return to shadow cabinet elections by MPs until a November 22 national executive committee away-day session.

    Apart from providing extra time to mull over the pros and cons, it allows a clearer position to emerge of backbenchers’...

    Monday 26th Sep 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • A triumph for Britain’s left


    JEREMY CORBYN’S emphatic victory yesterday will fill his many supporters with joy.
    With 61.8 per cent of the vote, Corbyn has received an even larger mandate to lead the biggest party in British politics than he did this time last year.
    This is remarkable. Because since the...

    Sunday 25th Sep 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Who burned aid convoy?


    US SECRETARY of State John Kerry complains that Washington is alone in pursuing a peaceful resolution of the bloody conflict in Syria.

    “We can’t be the only ones trying to hold this door open. Russia and the regime must do their part or this will have no chance,” he...

    Saturday 24th Sep 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • A one-sided petty purge


    DOCUMENTS passed to the Morning Star demonstrate that the purge of thousands of Labour Party members this summer has been far from impartial.

    This will not come as a shock to readers.

    But now we have concrete proof that cases of serious online abuse, subjecting Jeremy Corbyn...

    Friday 23rd Sep 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Paternalism over at M&S


    MARKS & SPENCER used to have two major claims to fame — its goods were produced exclusively in Britain and its staff pay and conditions were so superior that trade union representation was unnecessary.

    Trade unionists insist that union representation is always essential, but...

    Thursday 22nd Sep 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Farron misreads Tony Blair's legacy


    LIBERAL Democrat leader Tim Farron plumbed the depths yesterday by praising Tony Blair in a desperate effort to make his party a suitable bolt-hole for anti-Corbyn Labour members.

    He claimed that the Lib Dems are the only party capable of denying the Tories a majority at the next...

    Wednesday 21st Sep 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • US Syria tale full of holes


    TOO many questions remain unanswered before the US-UK-Danish-Australian explanation of the slaughter of Syrian troops in Deir el-Zour can be accepted.

    None of the Nato air forces operating in Syria in defiance of international law and the country’s lawful government has any...

    Tuesday 20th Sep 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Smith is no unity-builder


    OWEN SMITH complains that it would “not be a conciliatory gesture” if Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn proposes a shadow cabinet elected by the whole party.

    If Corbyn were “serious” about uniting the party he would adopt a shadow cabinet elected solely by MPs.

    ...

    Monday 19th Sep 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Time to call it a day with G4S


    SISTERS UNCUT strike a chord with their protest against women’s support services being outsourced to G4S.

    That this nightmare “security” firm still manages to snaffle up contracts for anything at all is a miracle.

    It has a record for blundering incompetence...

    Saturday 17th Sep 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Hinkley is a dodgy deal


    TRADE union support for the government announcement approving the new Hinkley Point nuclear power station is understandable given employment and apprenticeship pledges.

    Apart from employment for 25,000 workers during the station’s construction, 1,000 apprenticeships and adult...

    Friday 16th Sep 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial


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