Widow speaks of losing her husband after unscrupulous bosses cut safety corners
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
SOAS lecturers and students call for withdrawal of invitation
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Labour MP slams Tories over reassessments
European Parliament flies the flag for violent opposition
posted by James Tweedie in World
ISRAEL attacked a military base next to Damascus airport yesterday, the Syrian armed forces said.
The official Sana news agency quoted military sources saying missiles were fired from the…
DONALD TRUMP has given military chiefs authority to set troops levels in the Middle East, the Pentagon revealed on Wednesday.
The decision will allow Defence Secretary General James Mattis…
posted by Morning Star in World
TEL AVIV’S bombing of Damascus international airport highlights Israel’s unconfirmed but nonetheless real alliance with the jihadist groups fighting to destroy Syria.
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
THIS Parliament’s final Prime Minister’s Questions has set records for the frequency that Theresa May and her Tory straight-man feeds used the formulation “strong and…
KEIR STARMER’S development of the approach presented on Sunday by Jeremy Corbyn is far preferable to Theresa May’s immigration-obsessed scenario for Britain leaving the European…
The paper’s correspondent is disconsolate after finding out that his beloved Fair Isle pullover has been turned into a string vest by the impertinent fabric-munchers
posted by Morning Star in Features
The situation is grave for France but there is new hope for a reinvention of the left, says PIERRE LAURENT
By Solomon Hughes
Newcastle manager not worried about HMRC tax probe
posted by Morning Star in Sport
Lewis Hami lton’s teammate Valtteri Bottas said yesterday that he will not hesitate to move out of the Briton’s way if Mercedes employ orders in Russia on Sunday.
EX-Newcastle midfielder Sylvain Marveaux was among four people arrested in France on Wednesday as part of the investigation into suspected tax evasion and money laundering in the transfer of…
MARIA DUARTE enjoys a film on a woman who dares to break the rules in Victorian England
posted by Morning Star in Arts
Handsome Devil (15)
Directed by John Butler
INSPIRED by director John Butler’s own school days and, he says,…
Eric Gill was a great artist. He was also a sexual abuser. Ahead of a new exhibition of his work, PETER FROST asks whether that can be ignored when evaluating his legacy