Corbyn: After 16 years the ‘war on terror’ is a failure, it’s not how we’ll protect our people
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
Report reveals workers fear losing jobs to automation
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
But Mail keeps Islamophobe’s column going
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Troops capture 1,100 mile territory from Isis
posted by James Tweedie in World
PHILIPPINE officials have claimed that foreign fighters are among Islamist militants killed by troops in the southern southern city of Marawi last week.
The army continued operations…
posted by Morning Star in World
BRITISH PM Theresa May urged rich nations to halt Isis recruitment yesterday — after revelations MI5 let the Manchester bomber slip through the net.
Ms May showed no hint of irony as…
JEREMY CORBYN’S foreign policy speech grasped a nettle politicians have been too scared to contemplate for far too long.
Perhaps the Labour leader’s greatest contribution has…
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
THERESA MAY has told her Nato allies that the lesson of the Manchester bomb attack is that the alliance must spend more on arms to raise its game against “terrorism.”
THE people of Manchester’s response to Monday night’s terrorist atrocity continues to show solidarity, courage and community spirit that acts as an example to us all.
The Tories’ general election manifesto is the most hard-right in living memory, writes KEN LIVINGSTONE
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An unelected banker with too much political power aided in the continual destruction of the welfare state, writes MO STEWART
What’s needed now is a careful examination of policies to help keep us safe, says NATHAN AKEHURST
Labour unveils raft of policies to make sport for the many, not the few
posted by Morning Star in Sport
LEWIS HAMILTON’S boss Toto Wolff believes the British driver will end his Formula One career with Mercedes.
Hamilton heads into tomorrow’s Monaco Grand Prix six points adrift of…
WE’VE taken great pleasure in watching Chelsea manager Antonio Conte bounding about his technical area this season, living and kicking every pass.
The Stamford Bridge faithful took to…
C DOHERTY reflects on the dynamics of the international art Biennale, where the relationship between water and humans is ever-present
posted by Morning Star in Arts
YVONNE LYSANDROU is less than convinced by a gimmicky production of The Life of Galileo
21st century poetry with Andy Croft