DEREK WALL pays tribute to the tireless work of the Green Party leader on her announcement that she will not be seeking re-election
Saturday 21st May 2016
posted by Morning Star in Features
Lucas tipped to succeed woman who headed ‘Green surge’
Tuesday 17th May 2016
posted by Luke James in Britain
WHEN the state of Israel was founded in 1948, it met with wide support across the world.
The “Big Four” anti-fascist wartime allies — Britain, France, the US and the Soviet Union — declared themselves in favour of the United Nations plan to establish a new...
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
NATALIE BENNETT has sparked speculation that she may resign as Green Party leader after May’s elections, writes Luke James.
Party rules mean an election for the top post, which was shared between two “principal speakers” until 2008, must be held every two years.
Tuesday 19th Apr 2016
posted by Morning Star in Britain
GREEN PARTY leader Natalie Bennett threw her support behind anti-war campaigners yesterday who were facing trial following an arms trade protest.
Eight people, including Cambridge councillor Angela Ditchfield, were facing charges after blocking a road and disrupting last year’s...
Tuesday 12th Apr 2016
posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain
HUNDREDS of thousands of new homes and a “renters’ union” sponsored by City Hall were some of the promises made yesterday by the Greens’ London mayoral candidate Sian Berry.
The Camden councillor unveiled her mayoral manifesto as she focused on the...
Tuesday 5th Apr 2016
Opposing austerity is vital, but to bring about meaningful change we need to understand the nature of capital, says DEREK WALL
Wednesday 23rd Mar 2016
IAN SINCLAIR talks to London mayoral candidate SIAN BERRY about big Green plans for the capital
Monday 14th Mar 2016
SADIQ KHAN will today put working-class aspiration at the centre of his campaign to become London mayor.
The Labour candidate will launch a manifesto that he says will allow others to follow his path from a council estate to City Hall.
“I had the benefit of a good...
Wednesday 9th Mar 2016
To blame migrants for low pay or housing shortages is to obscure the real causes of Britain’s woes, says DEREK WALL
Monday 7th Mar 2016