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Prescott is right to point out hypocrisy of Corbyn's dishonest critics – and the left must challenge these pernicious attacks on Venezuela
52,000 sign petition for prosecution of pervert and change to sex offence law
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EU single market membership frustrates any ability to create coherent, integrated, nationalised industries and utilities based on democratically agreed national needs, write JONATHAN WHITE and ALEX GORDON
As Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani is set to be inaugurated for his second term today, NAVID SHOMALI reminds us that the country’s working class doesn’t endorse its clerical oppressors
STEVE SWEENEY reports on Yusuf Karatas’s arrest and the clampdown on Turkish media
by Felicity Collier
MCDONALD’S workers are to strike in Britain for the first time after a beefy ballot yesterday backed action over unpalatable pay and conditions at two of…
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Southern, Northern and Mersey punished for removing guards
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
But organised workers are calling employers’ bluff to win deals, says Unite
Protesters chant ‘I’m not afraid’ through Las Ramblas as death toll rises to 14
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SYRIAN troops drove Isis further back across the country yesterday — after Kurdish forces insisted that the US military will remain in northern Syria long after the jihadis are defeated.
posted by James Tweedie in World
THE Saudi-led invasion coalition is responsible for more than half of all child deaths in Yemen, according to a leaked draft of a report by United Nations secretary-general Antonio Guterres.
FIVE years after the Marikana Massacre, platinum miners in the Rustenburg area are still being shot dead, but there will be no international outcry because they are National Union of Mineworkers…
DOES Communities Secretary Sajid Javid believe that his ethnic origin gives him a free pass to pretend that Jeremy Corbyn’s acceptance of Sarah Champion’s resignation amounts to a gag…
IT goes without saying that the Morning Star would far prefer negotiations over Britain’s exit from the European Union to be led by Jeremy Corbyn and his team.
But until Labour…
Diana was caught up in the archaic rituals of the monarchy and the intrusive prurience of the tabloids but her commitment to the worldwide ban on mines is worth saluting, says JOHN GREEN
The government is simply not doing enough to assist those fleeing war and persecution, writes DIANE ABBOTT
by John Beattie
Tigers won League Leaders Shield for the fi rst time in 91 years
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BRENDAN RODGERS praised the Green Brigade yesterday for their backing in the 5-0 thrashing of Astana.
The Hoops boss had told the Ultras-style fans group to leave politics out of football…
LEIGH fans travelling to Perpignan this weekend have been urged to remain vigilant in the wake of the terror attack in Barcelona.
At least 14 people died and dozens were injured after a van…
Rebellion, immigration, civil war, football, revolution — PAUL SHERIDAN of Glasgow folk’n’rollers The Wakes talks to Len Phelan about what inspires one of the most radical bands around
posted by Morning Star in Arts
No Way But This: In Search of Paul Robeson
by Jeff Sparrow
THE LIFE of Paul Robeson mirrors…
Too Many Zooz
O2 Academy, Oxford
EVER since the genre’s inception in mid-1980s Detroit, producers of techno…