Today’s Tory Britain is sickeningly unjust – but my past does not have to become your future, says HARRY LESLIE SMITH
Saturday 3rd Oct 2015
posted by Morning Star in Features
Four standing ovations for the new Labour leader as he offers a ‘kinder politics’ and ‘more caring’ society
Wednesday 30th Sep 2015
posted by Luke James in Britain
‘Inspiring’ McDonnell wages war on corporate welfare
Tuesday 29th Sep 2015
SHADOW chancellor John McDonnell’s decision to set out a different approach rather than simply different policies from those of George Osborne is a master stroke.
His insistence that “austerity is not an economic necessity. It’s a political choice” smashes...
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
What is it about Jeremy Corbyn that has thousands of people flocking to join – or rejoin – Labour? EMILY MAIDEN investigates
Monday 28th Sep 2015
Britain has been immersed in a toxic political climate on asylum and immigration, but DIANE ABBOTT has hope that this could be about to change
BOB ORAM reports on the phenomenal We Shall Overcome music events next weekend from Cornwall to the north of Scotland
Saturday 26th Sep 2015
posted by Morning Star in Arts
The Greens should celebrate Corbyn’s massive victory but they also have to build a common future through co-operation on the left, writes DEREK WALL
Friday 25th Sep 2015
ANTI-AUSTERITY campaigners in north-west England are to stage a four-day march to the October 4 protest at the Tory Party conference in Manchester.
Thirty-five activists will start the People’s March Against Austerity at Hoylake on Merseyside at noon on October 1.
Thursday 24th Sep 2015
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Addenbrooke’s placed in special measures
Wednesday 23rd Sep 2015
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain