MPs weren’t told about crisis before making crucial decision to renew weapon
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
Unions slam May for focusing on bosses
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
Tory Bill to restrict right to strike may fail this time round, but worse is sure to come, warn transport workers
Left voices condemn destabilising Belfast gun attack on police
posted by James Tweedie in World
SYRIA peace talks in Kazakhstan’s capital Astana quickly turned stormy yesterday with the government and insurgents trading verbal blows.
Proceedings had started promisingly, with the…
LEFT-WING outsider Benoit Hamon won the first round of the French Socialist Party’s presidential candidate race on Sunday night.
Former PM Manuel Valls’s bid for the candidacy…
posted by Morning Star in World
THE office of Prime Minister Theresa May has admitted finally that she was informed about the Trident missile test at the centre of cover-up allegations prior to addressing MPs on the matter.
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JOHN McDONNELL is right to emphasise that Labour will fight for every vote in the coming Stoke-on-Trent Central by-election, just as the party must in the Copeland fight also due on February…
SCOTTISH National Party fury directed at Jeremy Corbyn before and after his speech in Glasgow is understandable because the SNP fears a left-influenced Labour revival in Scotland.
MICHAEL QUINN outlines his new book on Ireland and the Soviet Union’s myriad friendship, trade union, political, cultural and trade interconnections between 1917 to 1991
posted by Morning Star in Features
With Obama, the United States’s plutocratic forces slowly captured him some time after his inauguration. With Donald Trump, the Establishment has already begun to protect its interests, argues NICK
Stephen Smellie writes on Scottish engineers who occupied their workplace proving that workers don’t need bosses
Former two-time Olympic champion wants to emulate Ali
posted by Morning Star in Sport
Uncapped brothers Niall and Rory Scannell have fought their way into Ireland’s 40-man Six Nations squad thanks to a string of impressive performances with Munster.
Hooker Niall will…
Wales’ star number eight Taulupe Faletau is “progressing well” from his latest injury, said assistant coach Robin McBryde yesterday.
But a decision over whether he is fit…
Broadcaster AYSEN GUVEN talks to Steve Sweeney about the assault on progressive culture in Turkey and why solidarity, at home and abroad, is so important in rolling back reaction
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THE FINAL instalment of a trilogy of albums — following…
JOE GILL is heartened by an alternative road map which charts a route away from zombie capitalism