Work and Pensions chief ‘welcomes’ spiralling charity use
Friday 26th Jun 2015
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
THE TUC hit back at Tory attacks on workers’ rights yesterday by calling for a demonstration outside the party’s conference.
Thousands of trade unionists will descend on Manchester for a march and rally on Sunday October 4 — the opening day of the conference.
posted by Luke James in Britain
IT IS a measure of the poverty of ruling-class ideology when a Tory prime minister uses the language of the left to win support for his government’s profoundly anti-working class policies.
Yesterday David Cameron spoke of “helping everyone to achieve their full...
Tuesday 23rd Jun 2015
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
Hundreds of thousands march against austerity
Monday 22nd Jun 2015
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Saturday 20th Jun 2015
Everything must be on the table.
Your ninety seven year old granny
is no longer cost effective, would
benefit greatly from being brought face to...
posted by Morning Star in Arts
We will show our might on the streets today, but the real work starts in our communities, says BILL GREENSHIELDS
posted by Morning Star in Features
In the bloody savagery of the government’s attacks is a chance to build a true mass movement, writes ROB GRIFFITHS
The poor have taken a beating from an elite that understands little, BERNADETTE HORTON writes
We need to build a movement of resistance by organising and protesting inside and outside the workplace, writes Steve Turner