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  • Labour tactics smell rotten


    THE suspension of bakers’ leader Ronnie Draper from membership marks the latest bizarre twist in the Labour Party leadership saga.
    The reason behind the suspension remains unclear. All Labour officials have said is that it is related to his Twitter account.
    However, coming in...

    Friday 26th Aug 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Labour must act now to save our health service


    LABOUR should heed Keep Our NHS Public’s warning that we can’t wait for a general election to save our health service.

    Corbyn’s no-nonsense intervention on health this week was spot-on: the damage being done by the use of private providers is already severe, and...

    Thursday 25th Aug 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • New phase in Syrian war


    Syria and the YPG need to come to terms to defeat Isis

    Wednesday 24th Aug 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Brexit must be steered left


    ON A Mediterranean island, the leaders of Germany, France and Italy are thrashing out their preferred terms for Britain to leave the EU.

    And it should come as no surprise either that teams of City financiers and Whitehall civil servants are working on how they want to play the exit...

    Tuesday 23rd Aug 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Khan peddling old smears


    SADIQ KHAN’S ill-judged intervention in the Labour leadership race demonstrates that Labour’s Establishment has learned nothing since being routed by Jeremy Corbyn last year.
    Last summer a constellation of New Labour heavyweights lined up to ritually denounce Corbyn, on pretty...

    Monday 22nd Aug 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Nato nostalgia is no strategy


    BLAIRITE backbencher Wes Streeting tells us that Jeremy Corbyn’s reluctance to pledge that he would declare war on Russia if it invaded a Nato country amounts to a “gross betrayal of Labour’s internationalist values.”

    It might seem that way to the humanitarian...

    Saturday 20th Aug 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Don’t cut uni fees – end them


    CONGRATULATIONS are due to all those celebrating their A-level and AS-level results.
    Whatever the traditional grumbling from certain quarters — we can be glad Michael Gove is no longer ensconced in the Department for Education, moaning that exams aren’t what they used to be...

    Friday 19th Aug 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Smith’s parody of the left


    ONCE again, Owen Smith’s campaign team has had to intervene to save its candidate from an ill-thought-out political position — his call to involve Islamic State (Isis) in peace negotiations.

    Team Smith explained that he meant an Isis that agrees to “renounce violence,...

    Thursday 18th Aug 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Skulduggery at Sports Direct


    HARDLY a day goes by without further horror stories emerging from the cesspit that is Sports Direct.

    On Monday Mike Ashley’s infamous outfit was forced to cough up an estimated £1 million in back pay to staff who were illegally denied the minimum wage — mostly through...

    Wednesday 17th Aug 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Foster’s vile calumny


    IMAGINE how the media and the Labour Party bureaucracy would have reacted if supporters of Jeremy Corbyn had demeaned those opposing him as nazi stormtroopers.

    Yet former Labour parliamentary candidate and prominent donor Michael Foster, who took the party to the High Court in a bid to...

    Monday 15th Aug 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial


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