Lord Feldman says that he didn't call grassroots Tories "mad swivel-eyed loons" while his accusers stand by their stories that he did.
David Harvey's book puts the case for us to create cities responsive to our needs and not those of super-rich
PAUL DONOVAN wonders whether Sinn Fein should reverse its abstentionist policy at Westminster and actively take up its five seats.
DIDI ROSSI and GIORGIO RIVA give an update on gay Kurd Mehmet Tarhan, who is languishing in a Turkish prison for refusing military service.
ADAM TAYLOR assesses Britain's party political landscape.
JOHN FOSTER warns against the pro-EU camp's phoney internationalism that is serving to paralyse Scottish politics today.
GEOFF SIMONS revisits words penned on another imperial war.
VICTOR GROSSMAN reports on the struggle to establish a strong left opposition on the German political map.
JEREMY CORBYN warns that neoconservative policy worldwide is generating new threats to peace, but finds room for optimism in last weekend's huge Stop the War conference.
JOHN HAYLETT gives the latest on the Morning Star's Â£75,000 special anniversary appeal.
NATALIE SHARPLES speaks to refugees left to die in the Western Sahara because of a brutal Moroccan policy.