by Nick Dearden
Tuesday 7th Jul 2015
posted by Morning Star in Features
ALAN SIMPSON imagines a September 12 on which the Labour left’s ‘unelectable’ hero is declared party leader
Tsipras hopes No win will ease creditors’ stance
Monday 6th Jul 2015
posted by Morning Star in World
Yes and No sides stage rallies as voting looms
Saturday 4th Jul 2015
posted by James Tweedie in World
HUNDREDS of people are expected to rally in London today in solidarity with the Greek people saying no to the austerity measures demanded by European leaders.
Trafalgar Square will once more be the setting for a “Greek solidarity festival” hosted by the Debt Jubilee and...
posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain
Syriza government runs out of options after new bailout talks break down
Thursday 2nd Jul 2015
As IMF deadline passes, Syriza offers new deal
Wednesday 1st Jul 2015
by Our Foreign Desk
INTERNATIONAL creditors resumed negotiations with Greece yesterday in an attempt to head off Sunday’s referendum on bailout terms.
At midnight central European time, the country was also set to become the first developed nation to fail to make...
Elderly told they will not get their pensions despite ministerial assurances
Tuesday 30th Jun 2015
THE Greek government portrays its decision to call a referendum on acceptance or rejection of the demands of the EU-European Central Bank-IMF troika as an act of resistance.
In reality, it is a manoeuvre designed to persuade the Greek people that Syriza and its right-wing coalition...
Monday 29th Jun 2015
posted by Morning Star in Editorial