Foreign Minister Alistair Burt's admission that the Cameron government has "supported" a survey of attitudes to US drone strikes in Pakistan's tribal areas amounts to a tacit admission of British involvement.
A book on the troops who challenged the legitimacy of the Iraq conflict
MIKE CLOUGH visits the temporary home of Manchester's breakaway football club FC United.
ROY JONES rounds up the latest news from Wales.
OPINON: RICHARD BURGON sees an opportunity to stem the right-wing tide in the education white paper.
MARK SERWOTKA explains why the 80,000 PCS members in the DWP had to go on strike last week.
JOHN RETY chooses the Morning Star's very own left-handed vegetarian David Floyd for his poem of the week
JIM ADDINGTON marks the 60th anniversary of the United Nations with a look at its origins.
VICTOR GROSSMAN reports on the politically motivated demise of Berlin's cold war-era Palace of the Republic.
BILL BENFIELD explains how new Labour's plans for the former Defence Research Agency will leave ordinary taxpayers funding big business.
JEREMY CORBYN on the referring of Iran to the UN security council and, what the Hamas election victory means for Palestine.