Sally Hunt calls on lecturers to back Corbyn
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
Sisters Uncut occupy Holloway roof to deliver their own election message
posted by Zoe Streatfield in Britain
NUM’s Thomas praises workers’ struggle
posted by John Haylett in Britain
Palestinian prisoners win improved conditions and more family visits
posted by James Tweedie in World
BANGLADESHI authorities reinstalled a statue of Lady Justice outside the Supreme Court yesterday — but four left-wing activists who protested at its removal are still behind bars.
posted by Morning Star in World
IRAQI forces faced fierce resistance from Isis extremists yesterday on the second day of the final push to liberate Mosul.
Two unnamed officers said Isis deployed snipers and suicide…
THE Tories appear to be in something of a panic. Talk of a landslide has been abandoned. Their election strategists are at each other’s throats over the humiliating U-turn on “social…
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
JEREMY CORBYN’S foreign policy speech grasped a nettle politicians have been too scared to contemplate for far too long.
Perhaps the Labour leader’s greatest contribution has…
THERESA MAY has told her Nato allies that the lesson of the Manchester bomb attack is that the alliance must spend more on arms to raise its game against “terrorism.”
posted by Morning Star in Features
Seeing as the Tories have a history of lying their way back into government, RICK EVANS proposes a new name for the party of the few
Empowering the Saudi regime is the root cause of Islamist terrorism, says DAVID LOWRY
Sebastian Vettel races 25 points clear of Briton in championship
posted by Morning Star in Sport
SCOTT SINCLAIR has hailed Celtic’s Scottish Cup victory over Aberdeen on Saturday as “the best moment” of his career.
The former Chelsea, Swansea, Manchester City and…
PETRA KVITOVA made an emotional and victorious return to tennis on the opening day of action at the French Open but world No 1 Angelique Kerber was knocked out.
Five months after being…
Goran Therborn advances a compelling case against the capitalist blight of the built environment, says MICHAL BONCZA
posted by Morning Star in Arts
The Welsh at Passchendaele: 1917
by Jonathan Hicks
(Y Lolfa £14.99)
AS I read Jonathan Hicks’s meticulously…
Lobbying for Change: Find Your Voice to Create a Better Society
by Alberto Alemanno
(Icon Books, £8.99)