As LGBT activists worldwide celebrate anti-homophobia day we are reminded of prevailing prejudice
We have one big disagreement with the damning verdict on universal credit.
Israel's air strikes around Damascus mark a dangerous military escalation that presents fresh dangers for the entire region.
Ukip's election success will provoke soul-searching and sleepless nights at Conservative HQ but Labour needs to ask itself some tough questions too.
Blacklisting workers for their political views or trade union activities is criminal, yet those who have organised, financed and operated blacklists are free to walk - or drive their Bentleys - among us.
Another three Scottish soldiers killed in Afghanistan, another three families devastated and another basinful of smarmy drivel from David Cameron.
May Day greetings to all Morning Star readers and working people everywhere who celebrate International Workers Day tomorrow.
Divisions among leading Tories on how to tackle Nigel Farage's Ukip illustrate the sharp divisions that still exist but are papered over within David Cameron's party.
Iain Duncan Smith's latest effort to inflate a non-issue into a scandal is a smokescreen to divert attention from government attacks on working people and the poor.
Alarm bells should ring throughout the labour movement in response to the government announcement that it will review the Health and Safety Executive to see if its "functions are still needed."