May flatly REFUSES to stand with campaign for law to support women facing pressure over high heels and sexist dress codes
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Seafarers aim to throw ships of shame bosses overboard
posted by Zoe Streatfield in Britain
DOWNING STREET was left in turmoil yesterday by the shock resignation of another top spin doctor.
Press secretary Lizzie Loudon became the latest high-profile staff member to quit Number 10…
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
Coup enthusiasts behind violence, government reveals
posted by James Tweedie in World
World Bank urged to burn its Bridges
RUSSIA accused Western powers yesterday of abandoning talks on ending Syria’s civil war in favour of backing regime change in the country.
On Thursday, Western delegations to the…
WHEN Theresa May says that the general election result is “not certain” despite opinion polls giving the Tories a huge lead, for once her words can be taken at face value.
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
JEREMY CORBYN’S Church House speech lays bare the political chasm between his vision for the people of Britain and Theresa May’s defence of the powerful and wealthy.
For all the…
SHOULDN’T a friend have suggested to Theresa May that adapting David Cameron’s tired rhetoric about “a strong economy, strong defence and strong, stable leadership” might…
Donald Trump is proving the most dangerous president in living memory – and Theresa May his willing sidekick. We must resist, argues MATT WILLGRESS
posted by Morning Star in Features
Organising on the health service, education and rights of migrant workers will be among the top priorities, says DAVE MOXHAM
Although May’s snap election came as a surprise, there’s a tense, edge-of-seat optimism seeping through the Labour
Party. NATHAN AKEHURST reports
PAUL DONOVAN takes a look at the disappointing season the Hammers have had and asks if the blame should be placed on the shoulders of the manager or those above him
posted by Morning Star in Sport
Lucy Bronze has warned that Manchester City are ready to take over as Europe’s number one club side.
Tonight sees City tackle French giants Lyon in the first leg of their Champions…
NOTTS COUNTY players were left jobless yesterday after the club folded, just 48 hours before they were due to start the Spring Series against Arsenal.
Previously known as Lincoln Ladies…
posted by Kadeem Simmonds in Sport
AS THE drums of war beat ever louder globally, there can hardly be a more appropriate time than now to visit and draw inspiration from the exhibition People Power: Fighting for Peace at…
posted by Morning Star in Arts
JUST like a kid looks forward to Christmas, a new Lisa Knapp album is always something to anticipate.
You can never guess what you’re going to get from Knapp (below), who’s not…
Black Moses by Alain Mabanckou (Serpent’s Tail, £12.99)
THE BETTER to position an author on the bookshelves, it’s inevitable that a writer from the global…