Unions, Labour and the left vow to fight for a deal that delivers for the working class
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
Union leaders reveal wide-scale exploitation of low-paid agency workers
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
Scotland braces for another divisive independence campaign
IN GRIEF, the South African liberation movement paid tribute to struggle veteran Ahmed Kathrada who died yesterday aged 87 after a long illness.
President Jacob Zuma declared two days of…
posted by James Tweedie in World
SINN FEIN called extended talks to form a new power-sharing Northern Ireland executive a “charade” yesterday.
The condemnation came as Britain’s Northern Ireland Secretary…
posted by Morning Star in World
VENEZUELA demanded the Organisation of American States (OAS) cancel a special session set for yesterday aimed at censuring its socialist government.
Venezuelan Foreign Minister Delcy…
TODAY the Prime Minister is to trigger Article 50 and begin negotiations over leaving the European Union — and that means the left needs to seriously up its game.
The EU question has…
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
LABOUR’S six tests for the government on negotiating our departure from the European Union show a disappointing lack of ambition.
Shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer, like leader…
IT WOULD be a mistake to think that the revaluation of business rates, from which Chancellor Philip Hammond is to receive a payout, had been designed to benefit him personally.
RAMZY BAROUD describes the next phase of Israel’s war on the BDS movement
posted by Morning Star in Features
By downplaying the West’s role in Yemen and Somalia, the Guardian is keeping its readers ignorant of the true nature of Western foreign policy, says IAN SINCLAIR
SEAN BYERS describes why trade unionists should celebrate the life of Sean Morrissey
KADEEM SIMMONDS cannot work out why fans and the media are clamouring for the return of a striker who is leading a Sunderland team to relegation to the Championship
posted by Morning Star in Sport
England manager will name Lionesses squad on Monday
Elite funding agency UK Sport told British Cycling’s board yesterday it has “serious concerns” about its handling of allegations against ex-technical director Shane Sutton and has…
The personal and political conflict sparked by the Roman republic’s disintegration is resonantly conveyed in the language of two Shakespeare plays, says GORDON PARSONS
posted by Morning Star in Arts
The Carriageworks, Leeds/Touring
IF YOU want to know what Ken Loach’s film I, Daniel Blake would be…
JEZ RILEY FRENCH tells Neil Mudd all about the groundbreaking soundscape he’s created which captures the
‘music’ of the Humber bridge