Corbyn tries to win Scotland back for socialism
Monday 29th May 2017
posted by Zoe Streatfield in Britain
Corbyn pledges more police, firefighters and prison officers
THE Tories faced accusations yesterday of neglecting the opportunity to call on people to register to vote in the election in the run-up to the deadline earlier this week, new analysis has revealed.
Labour’s popularity on social media has soared as voters seek an alternative to...
Saturday 27th May 2017
ONLY LABOUR can save Scotland from the “twin evils” of the independence-obsessed SNP and service-slashing Tories, Kezia Dugdale declared yesterday as she launched the party’s Scottish manifesto.
The general election is “a clear choice” between an...
Tuesday 23rd May 2017
THE SNP is under fire for attempting to smear a nurse who confronted First Minister Nicola Sturgeon live on air over the crippling 1 per cent pay cap at the Scottish leaders’ debate.
A&E nurse Claire Austin repeatedly questioned an evasive Ms Sturgeon on Sunday night over how...
McDonnell condemns attacks on ‘vulnerable’ older people
Saturday 20th May 2017
THERESA MAY was accused of “running scared” from Thursday night’s televised leaders’ debates after she repeatedly refused invitations to appear and defend her appalling record.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn also declined the invitation, saying he would not take...
Govanhill Community Trust
A LITTLE over 100 years has passed since Mary Barbour inspired women across Glasgow to organise rent strikes during WWI, defying greedy...
posted by Morning Star in Arts
Benefit-cap victims call on council to step in
Friday 19th May 2017
TRADE unionists, human rights activists and politicians gathered outside the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh yesterday to tell the Israeli ambassador that he is not welcome north of the border.
Mark Regev was invited to Holyrood at the behest of Presiding Officer Ken MacIntosh and has...