A short piece by TALLULAH COULTHARD, aged 10, about life as a child on universal credit
Friday 27th Oct 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
CHARLOTTE HUGHES was not impressed when The Sun newspaper asked for her help on a story about universal credit
More and more Establishment figures now recognise Labour policies as the common sense way to kick-start our ailing economy, writes CHRIS WILLIAMSON
Thursday 26th Oct 2017
FOR decades, the South has been the Achilles heel of the US labour movement.
While unions took root and thrived in places like the industrial Midwest and the north-east, or in the ports and plants of West Coast states in the 1930s, ’40s, and...
But a growing range of countries are beginning to oppose them, writes TIM YOUNG
Every week they stay in power means more wage cuts, deeper inequality and higher levels of poverty. We need to get them out, writes CAT SMITH
Wednesday 25th Oct 2017
Britain’s absence from the UN nuke ban treaty speaks volumes, writes BILL KIDD
US trade unionists decry the Trump administration’s failure to aid the island’s hurricane victims, writes MARK GRUENBERG
Chris Searle on Jazz
Tuesday 24th Oct 2017
Water privateer Macquarie made its billions but left Thames Water and its customers covered in excrement, writes LAURENCE PLATT