The Star is unique in being owned by its readers, which is what makes the paper different. But we need your support to keep doing what we do, says STEVE SWEENEY
Monday 14th Sep 2015
posted by Morning Star in Features
A BUMPER CROWD of thousands packed out the annual Burston strike school commemoration yesterday, with many first-timers flocking to the celebration of working-class solidarity.
The mass rally in the Norfolk village heard from Labour leadership frontrunner Jeremy Corbyn, who praised the...
Monday 7th Sep 2015
posted by Morning Star in Britain
The labour movement is under unprecedented threat from the Tory Trade Union Bill – but the Star will be there every step of the way in the fightback, says STEVE SWEENEY
Saturday 8th Aug 2015
Anyone can become a shareholder in the people’s paper, says STEVE SWEENEY
Saturday 11th Jul 2015
by Steve Sweeneyin Crewe
TRADES council members urged the Labour Party leadership contenders this weekend to support the right to strike and the repeal of anti-trade union laws.
Citing Tory manifesto pledges to restrict the right to strike by introducing...
Monday 15th Jun 2015
TRADES councils voted unanimously to throw their weight behind public-sector union PCS in supporting a series of motions recognising the extent of government attacks on the union.
The councils’ 2015 conference delegates...
GMB votes to organise workers if fracking takes off in Britain
Tuesday 9th Jun 2015
Tories to take £40 a week from families
Monday 8th Jun 2015
by Steve Sweeney in Cambridge
HOUSING campaigners staged a protest outside Cambridge letting agent Belvoir yesterday after it emerged that it sent a pre-election message to its tenants claiming that a vote for Labour could leave them homeless.
Monday 25th May 2015
We need to build the broadest front possible if we’re to save Britain’s favourite public service, says STEVE SWEENEY
Saturday 11th Apr 2015