Cruddas’s probe into the party’s ballot box defeat says more about his biased and unreliable polling than anything else, argues BEN FOLLEY
Thursday 6th Aug 2015
posted by Morning Star in Features
IT TAKES a particular mindset to interpret Cruddas inquiry data, as Jon Cruddas does, to mean that Labour lost the election because it was seen as anti-austerity.
Cruddas points to 58 per cent of respondents identifying deficit reduction as top priority and backing the need to...
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
by Our News Desk
ORDERS for hospitals and health trusts to “leave no stone unturned” in making cutbacks were condemned yesterday for putting profit before patients’ lives.
Health service regulator Monitor has criticised NHS trusts for not doing enough...
Wednesday 5th Aug 2015
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Only one leadership candidate has articulated a vision of Labour, and indeed of the wider society, that ordinary people yearn for, says BERNADETTE HORTON
Mere people cannot be allowed to stand in the way of the EU’s relentless drive to boost profits, writes STEVE McGIFFEN
In the first article of a series on how the European Union operates, JOHN BOYD looks at the role of the European Commission
Saturday 1st Aug 2015
From the schools to the streets, two plays about the realities young people face in Tory Britain hit home hard, says PAUL FOLEY
Wednesday 29th Jul 2015
posted by Morning Star in Arts
Serious politics is about the common good, not just the good of a particular political party, writes DEREK WALL of the Greens
Monday 27th Jul 2015
What the Establishment can’t understand is that Corbyn’s message genuinely resonates with the public, says MICHAEL MEACHER
say Labour MPs who fell victim to austerity-lite policies
Saturday 25th Jul 2015
posted by Luke James in Britain