Chancellor to rake in cash while impoverished NHS hospitals face £62 million rates rise
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
Teachers and parents warn of rise in racism since referendum
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
Britain’s relations with Turkey damages reputation, say MPs
EU LEADERS signed up for “two-speed” Eurofederalism in Rome on Saturday, fearing another Brexit on the bloc’s 60th anniversary.
As communists led mass street protests…
posted by Morning Star in World
ISIS ordered residents to evacuated its Syrian stronghold Raqqa yesterday, for fear that a dam upstream hit by US bombing would collapse.
Isis said the 800 megawatt Tabqa hydroelectric dam…
CRACKS showed in the US-led front against Venezuela at the weekend as Caracas sought to win over Mexico and Panama.
The Venezuelan Foreign Ministry said on Saturday that President Nicolas…
posted by James Tweedie in World
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.
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
THE statement from 14 nations in the Americas seeking to force early elections on Venezuela shows how much ground the left has lost in recent years.
The tired demands made by the group have…
JEREMY CORBYN’S insistence that we must not allow “fear or the voices of hatred to divide or cow us,” following the deadly events in Westminster, is wise advice.
By John Haylett
posted by Morning Star in Features
Now is not the time for Unite members to gamble with the future of trade unionism by putting it into untested
hands, writes HARRY LESLIE SMITH
by Chauncey K Robinson
Ferrari back to their best in opening Grand Prix victory
posted by Morning Star in Sport
Birmingh am knocked FA Cup holders Arsenal out of the competition yesterday, thanks to a Marisa Ewers second-half strike.
For the Gunners, it was a complete contrast to the 10-0 victory…
posted by Kadeem Simmonds in Sport
New British Cycling boss Stephen Park tried desperately yesterday o play down allegations of bullying within the sport, claiming that they have been “sensationalised” and are “not…
The Dilemmas of Lenin
by Tariq Ali (Verso, £16.99)
HOW long is Lenin’s shadow?
A lot of ink will be spilt, seminars convened,…
posted by Morning Star in Arts
Who Belongs to Glasgow? 200 Years of Migration
by Mary Edward (Luath Press, £9.99)
IN AN age convulsed by Brexit, potential Scottish…
BOB ORAM sees 14 incredible acts launch the first Loud Women CD