Defence Secretary Philip Hammond believes himself vindicated by the High Court ruling that his Iraq Historic Allegations Team (IHAT) is independent.
A look at the causes and possible outcomes of Silvio Berlusconi and his right-wing coalition's lead in the polls.
Now we know the gloves are off in the coalition government's relentless ideologically driven privatisation agenda.
So the Edinburgh mob, as the lower orders of Scotland's capital have for centuries been called, advised Mr Farage of Ukip to "go back tae England" (M Star May 19).
It has been an interesting few days for Scottish politics.
The disturbing scale of Conservative Party bigotry has been exposed by right-wing MPs lining up to vote down gay marriage and openly describe the LGBT community as "aggressive."
As a daily reader your paper is the only one that keeps me sane by telling the truth at all times.
As the new organiser for the Merseyside Morning Star Supporters Group I would like to congratulate the magnificent group of 10 riders who took part in last week's 160-mile Coast to Coast cycle challenge.
I Notice that a number of news items in a recent edition of the Star (May 20) featured the term Islamist, or in the case of the Afghanistan item, straight Islam, to describe the extreme reactionary and/or retrograde groups and their attitudes.
The feature penned by John Wight (M Star May 20) following the Nigel Farage incident in Edinburgh tail-ends the right-wing press such as the Daily Mail and is one of the most shoddy and offensive articles carried in the Star on the independence debate so far.
As usual the Morning Star gave strong and unique coverage to the Wales TUC (M Star May 23).