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  • Labour’s shift is very unwise


    JUST as Labour’s popularity continues to rise and party leader Jeremy Corbyn tours marginal constituencies across Britain, another spoke is driven into Labour’s wheels.

    In the zealously pro-EU Observer newspaper, shadow Brexit secretary Keir Starmer has announced that a...

    Monday 28th Aug 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Spy cops move to sue victims


    IN November 2015, Assistant Commissioner Martin Hewitt of the Metropolitan Police did not mince words when paying tribute to the “courage and tenacity” of eight women bringing legal cases against his force.

    They had been seeking redress for the emotional damage done to them...

    Saturday 26th Aug 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • The Conservatives have no reason to be proud of these immigration figures


    IT SAYS much about the Tory government that it should, in effect, welcome the departure of migrant workers from Britain’s shores in such stark and fulsome terms.

    Immigration Minister Brandon Lewis greets as “good” news the slump in the surplus of immigrants over...

    Friday 25th Aug 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Why the fate of a women's refuge in Doncaster should matter to everyone in Britain


    CUTTING funding for South Yorkshire Women’s Aid (SYWA) could see this specialist violence against women service close down entirely, with dire consequences for vulnerable women in the Doncaster area.

    The news comes just a year after the service was reopened following 

    Wednesday 23rd Aug 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Why continue a failed war?


    JEREMY CORBYN is right to warn Theresa May’s government not to “obediently applaud” Washington’s planned escalation of the war in Afghanistan.

    Sadly Defence Secretary Michael Fallon was already falling over himself to do so, gushing that he...

    Tuesday 22nd Aug 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • May gives in to the Big Six


    LABOUR’S pledge to introduce an immediate emergency price cap on energy bills can only be a temporary measure, but it contrasts with the Tories’ utter paralysis on the issue.

    Theresa May fished for votes in the general election by baiting her hook with an energy price cap...

    Tuesday 22nd Aug 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Can Syria be free after Isis?


    SPORADIC murderous attacks in European cities carried out by people seduced by Islamic State (Isis) extremism are partly a response to the death cult’s military defeats in Syria, Lebanon and Iraq.

    Having liberated Mosul from Isis subjugation, the Iraqi army, supported by Kurdish...

    Monday 21st Aug 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • South Africa: A parody of reality


    FIVE years after the Marikana Massacre, platinum miners in the Rustenburg area are still being shot dead, but there will be no international outcry because they are National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) members.

    Film coverage of the police slaughter on August 16 2012 of 34 members of the...

    Saturday 19th Aug 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • The Sun is no friend of ours


    DOES Communities Secretary Sajid Javid believe that his ethnic origin gives him a free pass to pretend that Jeremy Corbyn’s acceptance of Sarah Champion’s resignation amounts to a gag on discussion of child abuse?

    Child abuse is an abominable crime that must be tackled much...

    Friday 18th Aug 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • The EU fly in the ointment


    IT goes without saying that the Morning Star would far prefer negotiations over Britain’s exit from the European Union to be led by Jeremy Corbyn and his team.

    But until Labour replaces the Tories in government that responsibility lies with Theresa May, David Davis and...

    Thursday 17th Aug 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial


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