posted by Morning Star in Features
The Labour leader sets out a vision for a more just international order and a new and independent foreign policy for Britain when he becomes Prime Minister
SOLOMON HUGHES reports on the competing sugar firms that are putting money into Tory pockets as they attempt to shape what kind of Brexit we have
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ACTIVISTS from Justice Mexico Now (JMN) protested outside the Mexican embassy in London yesterday against a new law that will allow the military to police street demonstrations.
Campaigners handed in a letter to the ambassador noting that the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights has called on Mexico’s government not to impose the Internal Security Law.
JMN says the law
We need clear public procurement rules that bar companies involved in blacklisting from bidding for public sector contracts, write GAIL CARTMAIL and HOWARD BECKETT
BEN CHACKO and ROB WELLS explore the lows and lows of Hammond's 2017 Budget
As Nobel Prize is handed to the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, Hiroshima surivor makes a plea to the powerful
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Labour demands action from government to address its failings. By Felicity Collier
BORIS JOHNSON has claimed his two-day trip to Iran was a “worthwhile visit” despite no agreement on jailed Briton Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe.
The Foreign Secretary met with…
ACTIVISTS have covered the white marble floor of the British Museum with huge “cracks” to symbolise damage to the permafrost caused by the museum’s sponsors BP.
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THREE people have been arrested after an arson attack on a synagogue in the Swedish city of Gothenburg, police said yesterday.
The three are thought to be part of…
OVER 10,000 anti-fascists rallied in Como, Italy, on Saturday “against all fascism and intolerance.”
The demonstration was called in response to a…
THE Brexit phase one deal is as likely to destroy Britain’s minority Tory government as to lead to a successful phase two agreement.
That will be good news for many millions of…
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
“THE most powerful international corporations must not be allowed to continue to dictate how and for whom our world is run.”
This sentence from Jeremy Corbyn’s landmark…
EMILY THORNBERRY’S denunciation of Theresa May and Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson for being taken for fools by Donald Trump augurs well for a future Labour government carrying out an…
STEVE SWEENEY meets with Semih Ozakca, a symbol of resistance against Erdogan’s tyranny
posted by Steve Sweeney in Features
Donald Trump has finally decided to shed a mask that every US president has worn for decades, writes RAMZY BAROUD
Even as far back as 1894, Karl Marx’s work saw that capitalism would devour its agents, writes DIEGO FUSARO
West Ham 1-0 Chelsea. By Paul Donovan at the London Stadium
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Tottenham 5-1 Stoke. By Samantha Miller at Wembley Stadium
Crystal Palace 2-2 Bournemouth. By Maamun Hajmahmoud at Selhurst Park
Marjorie Mayo reviews Do We Need Economic Inequality? by Danny Dorling (Polity, £9.99)
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Jimmy Reid’s rightwards trajectory from charismatic communist to member of the SNP is the story of a ‘working-class hero’ thwarted by social and political circumstance, says JOHN GREEN
IAN SINCLAIR reviews Is Monogamy Dead? by Rosie Wilby (Accent Press, £8.99)