TODAY I will be attempting to ride the 150 miles from London to the Tolpuddle festival in Dorchester, and in the process raise £3,000 for the Morning Star.
I will be setting off from the Star’s east London HQ at 6am and racing to the festival in time for the Campaign for...
Friday 15th Jul 2016
posted by Morning Star in Features
MORNING Star supporters in Paisley were set on by Orange Order thugs on Saturday.
Communist Dougie Keir and three comrades were selling the paper at their weekly Saturday street stall when the attack took place.
“It was Armed Forces Day and the Orange Order were out in...
Monday 27th Jun 2016
posted by Morning Star in Britain
LGBT workers held a heated debate yesterday over the Morning Star’s publication of two articles they said were critical of transsexual people.
Delegates at the TUC’s LGBT conference “called out” the paper for two pieces published last month, both finding fault...
Saturday 25th Jun 2016
posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain
A LEFT-WING northern cycling club is preparing for the last of four 2016 marathons to raise thousands of pounds for the Morning Star, writes Peter Lazenby.
For the Pedal 4 Progress event, cyclist Les Doherty will cycle from the Morning Star offices in east London to the Tolpuddle...
Thursday 16th Jun 2016
Graham Stevenson explores our online archive of the Morning Star’s early years
Wednesday 15th Jun 2016
MORNING STAR supporters from Yorkshire and Lancashire gathered at a socialist clubhouse at the weekend for their second annual Big Red Picnic.
The Clarion clubhouse near Pendle Hill in Lancashire is the last surviving from the days of the Clarion socialist movement of the early 1900s....
Monday 6th Jun 2016
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
BERNADETTE KEAVENEY and GRAHAM STEVENSON invite you to a special event in July at the Marx Memorial Library
Saturday 4th Jun 2016
Editor BEN CHACKO explains why today’s changed political scene means it’s a more exciting time than ever to be a shareholder in the people’s paper
Saturday 21st May 2016
Pauline Fraser talks with Star reader JEAN TURNER about what first attracted her to the paper – and what keeps her reading it
by Keith Richmond in Aviemore
Tuesday 10th May 2016