IT IS easy to mock the embarrassing efforts of Activate, the “independent national grassroots campaigning organisation” aiming to win back the nation’s youth for the Conservatives.Its initial tweet, a meme of a Star Wars character from 1983’s Return of the...
Tuesday 29th Aug 2017
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
LABOUR announced yesterday that it would keep Britain in the EU single market and customs union with continued freedom of movement during a “transition period” after 2019.
In a move agreed with leader Jeremy Corbyn, shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer also indicated...
Monday 28th Aug 2017
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
NICK WRIGHT takes a look at the Corbyn effect in the south of England
Friday 25th Aug 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
Corbyn targets SNP-held seats with pledge to halt cuts
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
THE Scottish National Party was accused of “lying to the electorate” yesterday after it said Labour was backing Tory Brexit plans.
Holyrood’s Europe committee convener Joan McAlpine MSP said Jeremy Corbyn and Kezia Dugdale’s claim to be “on the side of...
posted by Ben Chacko in Britain
by Felicity Collier
RAISING the so-called national living wage to £10 per hour would benefit almost a quarter of Britain’s workforce, analysis by Labour reveals today.
Party leader Jeremy Corbyn pledged in April to increase the legal minimum to £10 an...
Thursday 24th Aug 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
JEREMY CORBYN has given his backing to housing workers in Wales who are on strike over pay cuts, praising them for the valuable work they do.
The Labour leader urged employers Bron Afon to reach a swift resolution to the long-running dispute with Unison members in Torfaen.
by Felicity Collier
HOUSEHOLDS would have saved an average of £1,149 on energy bills since 2010 if Labour’s price cap had been in place, the party will argue today.
Labour estimates that its proposed emergency measure would see bills set below £1,000...
Tuesday 22nd Aug 2017
The labour movement must keep engaging young activists, writes JAMIE-MAX CALDWELL
A SEVEN-YEAR-OLD girl asked Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn when he will become prime minister during his tour of Tory marginal seats in the north-west.
Mr Corbyn visited a children’s art workshop at the Whitaker museum, Rossendale, where Isla McChesney said: “Excuse me, when...
Friday 18th Aug 2017