KEVIN McNAMARA (September 5 1934 – August 6 2017) was a human rights defender who will be missed, writes Paul Donovan
Saturday 12th Aug 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
A loyal trade unionist, JOE LAW campaigned for peace, freedom and socialism all his life, writes Brian Campfield
Monday 3rd Oct 2016
THE name of Tony Chater, whose funeral takes place in Luton today, will forever be linked with the battle to defend the political and organisational integrity of the Morning Star.
The paper became a battleground in the 1970s and early 1980s where differences within the Communist Party...
Wednesday 24th Aug 2016
Former editor of the Morning Star
Friday 29th Apr 2016
posted by John Haylett in Features
Actor Warren Mitchell, lifelong left-wing socialist, yet best known for his Tory voting, racist, sexist, grumpy old man London docker character Alf Garnett, has died aged 89.
Playing the balding bigot with his Kipling moustache and West Ham scarf, Mitchell became the vehicle for some...
Monday 16th Nov 2015
A LEADING mathematician and left political activist in Leeds has died.
Barry Cooper, professor of pure mathematics at the University of Leeds, co-authored books on World War II Bletchley Park code-breaker Alan Turing and his theories.
He became one of the world’s foremost...
Monday 2nd Nov 2015
posted by Peter Lazenby in Features
Star columnist dies after a short illness
Wednesday 21st Oct 2015
posted by Morning Star in Britain
FOR many reasons, the name of Ronald Stevenson, who died on March 28 at the age of 87, should be more widely known.
He composed the epic Passacaglia on DSCH, one of the longest works in the piano repertoire, which is a comprehensive survey of a whole world of music and includes...
Wednesday 8th Apr 2015
posted by Morning Star in Arts
(February 10 1932-February 26 2015)
Thursday 12th Mar 2015
Lilla Fox (1914-2014) lived true to her belief that there is a better world to be had which included all people of all races and beliefs
Thursday 12th Feb 2015