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Editorial

  • Class war in France

    THE battle being waged on the streets of France should be of particular interest to all sections of the labour movement in Britain.

    More than half a million students and workers have taken...

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Tories’ rift is deeply rooted

    KNIVES are out in the Tory Party. David Cameron is now being publicly attacked on central issues of policy and his credibility as Prime Minister challenged.

    For a Conservative government,...

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • The real EU debate

    ALLOWING immigration to overshadow the EU referendum debate is not only bad for community relations — it’s bad for those who want the public to make an informed decision on June 23.

    ...

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

Features

Sport

Arts

  • The online world offline

    The internet was once a magical playground of staggering new freedoms until corporate giants got involved and made it both banal and terrifying, writes James Walsh...

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Brecht lacking bite

    MARY CONWAY sees a well-staged version of The Threepenny Opera which doesn’t entirely match up to its razor-sharp polemics...

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Album reviews with Ian Sinclair

    Kikagaku Moyo
    House in the Tall Grass (Guruguru Brain)
    4/5

    FORMED in 2012, Tokyo band Kikagaku Moyo are a prolific bunch, with House in the Tall Grass their fourth album.

    ...

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

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