Betting man and relentless optimist CHARLEY ALLAN explains why socialist Jez is a turn-up for the books — if not for the bookies
Saturday 15th Aug 2015
posted by Morning Star in Features
LABOUR leader expert Keith Ewing warned trade unionists yesterday that they face “the biggest crisis” in a lifetime.
The Campaign for Trade Union Freedom president told Aslef delegates in Southend of the “shocking decline” in collective bargaining with just 20...
Thursday 14th May 2015
posted by Morning Star in Britain
LIBERAL Democrat grandee Paddy Ashdown lashed out yesterday at the party’s former president Tim Farron after he admitted that the past five years had been a disaster.
Mr Farron had confessed that he only rated the Lib Dems’ performance in the coalition government at...
Monday 16th Mar 2015
EX-LABOUR turncoat Harriet Yeo was stripped of her council post by colleagues days before jumping ship to back racist rightwingers Ukip, her former party revealed yesterday.
The Ashford councillor and one-time national executive committee chair rounded off her betrayal of comrades with...
Thursday 19th Feb 2015
Shock poll suggests Deputy PM will lose his seat in May vote
Friday 6th Feb 2015
posted by Luke James in Britain
While foreign policy doesn’t dominate election debates, the so-called ‘war on terror’ has permanently damaged politics, writes JEREMY CORBYN
Politicians go out of their way to sow the seeds of uncertainty as a way of being able to manage and control, writes STEVEN WALKER
Friday 9th Jan 2015
Monday 5th Jan 2015
KENNY COYLE speaks to a Hong Kong councillor from the territory’s largest political party about increased polarisation around the 2017 elections
Monday 17th Nov 2014
MSP promises a ‘return to real Labour values’
Saturday 8th Nov 2014
posted by Malcolm Burns in Britain