What the global south needs is quality state education, believes DAVID ARCHER
Tuesday 13th Oct 2015
posted by Morning Star in Features
UKRAINE’S creditors have granted debt relief to the crisis-ridden country, the government said yesterday.
The deal, in stark contrast to Greece’s treatment at the hands of the creditor “troika,” is part of a broader £26 billion financial rescue package...
Friday 28th Aug 2015
posted by Morning Star in World
Syriza ropey after 38 MPs revolt against austerity
Friday 17th Jul 2015
posted by James Tweedie in World
DAVID CAMERON became the latest surprise critic of the harsh conditions imposed on Greece by its Eurozone creditors yesterday.
Backing up the IMF’s call earlier this week for a write-off of some Greek debt, the Tory Prime Minister told Parliament that...
Thursday 16th Jul 2015
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Athens caves to troika demands
Tuesday 14th Jul 2015
posted by Ben Chacko in Britain
Beset PM prepares for wave of austerity laws
By capitulating to the EU’s obscenely aggressive debt ‘relief’ package, Tsipras has made an even worse deal than he was offered before, explains ROB GRIFFITHS
“CRUCIFIED” was the term an unnamed EU official used to describe Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras after his marathon weekend of talks with eurozone leaders.
The term might aptly be used to describe his country’s predicament...
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
by Our Foreign Desk
Eurogroup president Jeroen Dijsselbloem said yesterday that Greece would make proposals to use the European Stability Mechanism bailout fund as early as today.
Mr Dijsselbloem was speaking after the first meeting of eurozone finance ministers in...
Wednesday 8th Jul 2015
FORMER miners’ leader Arthur Scargill weighed in on developments in Greece yesterday following the removal of finance minister Yanis Varoufakis.
Mr Varoufakis’s removal followed the Greeks’ vote on Sunday to reject the austerity measures being imposed on Greece as a...
Tuesday 7th Jul 2015
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain