THERESA MAY has been accused of being “insensitive” to growing public anger in her desire to push ahead with Donald Trump’s state visit.
Former shadow minister and veteran Labour MP Paul Flynn wrote to the PM asking her to cancel or postpone the invitation given there...
Monday 3rd Jul 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Question: what links the NHS cuts, the Grenfell Tower disaster and yesterday’s massive People’s Assembly demonstration against Theresa May’s Tory government?
Answer: the politics of class.
Britain is a society deeply divided on lines of economic class and has...
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
PM forced to promise to ‘review’ unfair policy
Thursday 29th Jun 2017
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
The Tories are deader now than they’ve ever been. But NATHAN AKEHURST says the left mustn’t expect swift results just yet
posted by Morning Star in Features
‘Too little, too late’ — Labour leader’s verdict after PM sets out detailed offer
Tuesday 27th Jun 2017
Tories find extra cash to secure majority after election failure
THERESA MAY’S shabby arrangement with the Democratic Unionist Party reveals starkly that her election slogan “strong and stable in the national interest” translates into “wobbly and dependent in the Tory Party interest.”
The Prime Minister has been taken...
JEREMY CORBYN talks to the Star’s Steve Sweeney about the Labour Party’s priorities ahead of Brexit and how the tragedy of Grenfell is a wake-up call over public services
Saturday 24th Jun 2017
posted by Steve Sweeney in Features
Osborne says PM insisted foreigners be used as bargaining chips
Corbyn, by contrast, leads a Labour Party that is ready to govern in the interests of the many, writes KEN LIVINGSTONE