posted by Morning Star in Features
Blair Peach was killed 35 years ago today. Lindsey German, who knew him as a radical young teacher, looks back at the day in Southall when anti-fascists bore the brunt of police brutality
posted by Morning Star in Arts
A new play movingly evokes the loss of community and tradition in WWI, says SUSAN DARLINGTON
posted by Rory MacKinnon in Britain
Trade unionists at the STUC Congress pay tribute to Nelson Mandela.
JOHN GREEN recommends Robert Capa's iconic war photography
RMT members mount two-day strike to stop £6m cuts plan
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
FAMILIES voiced concern over new law reforms which came into effect yesterday - despite being told they would "amount to a revolution."
posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain
THE majority of disabled workers who lost their jobs following the government's heartless closure of Britain's Remploy factories are still out of work, new figures revealed yesterday.
Activist was gunned down outside his Mosul home amid democracy campaign
posted by Morning Star in World
Autocratic monarch ordered the detention of People’s United Democratic Movement members
Human rights charity alleges forced labour, abuse and sexual violence of migrant workers in the emirate
Ukip is just as much a part of the neoliberal Establishment as the Tories. So is the EU
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
Progressives are rightly appalled by the incendiary anti-immigrant message being plastered on billboards across Britain by the UK Independence Party.
Michael Gove has forced strike action on Britain's teachers
A century since the publication of The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists, conditions have improved for some but the system of exploitation Robert Tressell described is as entrenched as ever. TREVOR HOPPER on the man and his work
Team director for Lance Armstrong opts not to challenge ruling
posted by Morning Star in Sport
Chudi Onwuazor looks at the tenure of the ‘Chosen One’
Gulf state may not build all 12 stadiums.
Science-fiction round-up with Mat Coward
The Roaring Girl’s anti-heroine provides a rumbustious evening out at the RSC, says GORDON PARSONS
The Roaring Girl's anti-heroine provides a rumbustious evening out at the RSC, says GORDON PARSONS