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  • The predictable tragedy at Grenfell shames our political masters. Things have to change


    CONTRAST the conduct of our two main parties’ leaders as they visited the area around the stricken Grenfell Tower today.

    While Jeremy Corbyn mixed with locals, meeting people, expressing sadness and solidarity and, above all, listening to what they had to say and committing...

    Thursday 15th Jun 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • The Grenfell Tragedy: Working-class lives matter


    AVOIDABLE tragedy has again hit a working-class community, with the Grenfell Tower inferno bringing out the best in our multicultural society and our overstretched emergency services.

    Fire, ambulance and police services reacted without delay, risking their own well-being in the west...

    Thursday 15th Jun 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Unity is key to defeating the Tory coalition


    WHAT a pleasant surprise it must have been for Jeremy Corbyn to receive a standing ovation from Labour MPs as he walked into the House of Commons chamber yesterday.

    The Labour leader is experienced enough to enjoy the moment without being seduced into believing that the entirety of...

    Wednesday 14th Jun 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Tory disarray should make way for Labour


    POSTPONEMENT of the Queen’s Speech by up to a week might not seem of huge moment in the grand scheme of things, but it underlines Theresa May’s loss of authority.

    She is unable to stitch up a government programme because her Commons majority depends on the Democratic...

    Tuesday 13th Jun 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Power is within sight for the Labour Party. But the left must remain vigilant


    LABOUR is right to set its sights on preventing the passage of the Queen’s speech and bringing down Theresa May’s tottering government.

    May might think she can cling to office with the votes of the repulsive terror-linked Democratic Unionist Party, but the knives are...

    Sunday 11th Jun 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • May is dead in the water


    THERESA MAY warned voters during the election campaign that, if things went badly, Britain could face a “coalition of chaos.” How right she was.

    The idea that “strong and stable leadership in the national interest,” to coin a phrase, could spring from an...

    Saturday 10th Jun 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Socialist spirit is here to stay


    THIS year’s general election has been historic in marking both the rebirth of Labour as a radical voice for working people and farewell to a cross-party parliamentary neoliberal consensus.

    Jeremy Corbyn’s ability to stand up to an unremitting tidal wave of dog’s abuse...

    Thursday 8th Jun 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • The Morning Star urges you to vote Labour — everywhere


    Every vote counts, and wherever you are in Britain we would urge you to vote for the Labour candidate.

    Wednesday 7th Jun 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • With friends like these...


    FOR Saudi Arabia to claim that its decision, backed by regional allies Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, to break off relations with Qatar is because of Doha’s support for terrorism is beyond parody.

    Qatar does indeed support a variety of jihadist groups across the...

    Wednesday 7th Jun 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • May should be resigning


    TORY claims of Theresa May’s supposed leadership qualities and ability to keep us safe collide with the brick wall of her own personal record.

    When even David Cameron’s former adviser Steve Hilton damns her as “responsible for security failures of London Bridge,...

    Tuesday 6th Jun 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial


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