by Our News Desk
RECORD numbers of cancer patients are relying on charity grants for essentials such as clothing and heating.
More than 33,000 cancer patients were forced to rely on handouts from the charity in 2014 — a record high, Macmillan Cancer Support said...
Friday 23rd Oct 2015
posted by Morning Star in Britain
NO-ONE could accuse the the Tory government of half-heartedness in its determination to make the working class shoulder the burden of the private banking sector’s recklessness.
David Cameron flaunted his “delight” that all Tory MPs toed the line by refusing to back...
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
Osborne’s devo drive is about shifting the blame for austerity to powerless councils rather than broadening Britain’s democracy, believes GMB’s TIM ROACHE
Saturday 17th Oct 2015
posted by Morning Star in Features
The whole sordid spectacle played out in Manchester this week was an exercise in lying, writes BEN CHACKO
Thursday 8th Oct 2015
By John Wight
Wednesday 7th Oct 2015
People protest against ‘dangerous policies harming disabled’
Tuesday 6th Oct 2015
by Lamiat Sabin and Peter Lazenbyin Manchester
OVER 100,000 people representing the “real northern powerhouse” descended onto Manchester yesterday to drive the Tories “out of town.”
Coachloads of people were bussed...
Monday 5th Oct 2015
THE drive towards an authoritarian state continued at the weekend as the Tories announced legislation to prevent elected local authorities from pursuing ethical investment policies.
The more you think about it, the more outrageous this is. Far from the picture painted by Communities...
FOOTSLOGGERS who have tramped 200 miles to Manchester from Wales will cover their last leg tomorrow morning to join the People’s Assembly protest at the Tory conference.
They left Tredegar, south Wales, on September 22 under the slogan: “Walking the...
Saturday 3rd Oct 2015
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
The left is entering the most serious political war in a generation – and the Tories need to know the scale of the public fight that they will face if they try to close hospitals, libraries and schools, writes LIZ DAVIES