Theresa May offers more mess and misery
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
Benefit cuts put 70,000 in sheltered accommodation at risk
Worker forced to hand over phone contents
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
People march across US as president plans to ditch clean power
posted by James Tweedie in World
President calls on US to stop backing militias in Syria and Iraq
POPE Francis called yesterday for an end to violence in Venezuela and a return to Vatican-mediated talks. Delivering his Sunday sermon in St Peter’s Square, the pontiff appealed to “the…
LABOUR’S 20-point programme provides the basis for party activists and supporters to take the electoral battle to the Tories.
It encapsulates issues that exercise working people most…
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
MAY DAY marches and rallies taking place across the country over the bank holiday weekend should be a festival of resistance to the Conservatives.
They should also signal the left’s…
TEL AVIV’S bombing of Damascus international airport highlights Israel’s unconfirmed but nonetheless real alliance with the jihadist groups fighting to destroy Syria.
TOM SIBLEY describes how the Spanish Popular Unity movement splintered culminating in the tragedy of the Barcelona May Day events
posted by Morning Star in Features
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FROM our very first issue in 1930, the Morning Star has run a Fighting Fund to bridge the gap between income from sales and the cost of producing the only English-language daily paper committed to…
Chelsea run free at Goodison Park and edge closer to title
posted by Morning Star in Sport
Man United 1-1 Swansea
Jose Mourinho was left cursing Manchester United’s draining fixture schedule and mounting injury list after being held to a 1-1 draw by Swansea…
Fulham 1-1 Brentford by Kaleem Aftab at Craven Cottage
With Leeds drawing at home against Norwich on Saturday, this result virtually assured Fulham of a play-off spot.
IN RECENT decades, the graphic novel has been booming, with many writers and artists using the format to explore political and social themes, with Alan Moore’s V for Vendetta being a striking…
posted by Morning Star in Arts
Utopia for Realists: How We Can Get There
By Rutger Bregman
UTOPIA for Realists is a…
Gauguin: The Other World
by Fabrizio Dori
PAUL GAUGUIN (1848-1906) cut a solitary…