The supposed bastion of Britain’s progressive press has revealed its true conservative colours with a relentless campaign to discredit the Labour leader, believes IAN SINCLAIR
Monday 19th Oct 2015
posted by Morning Star in Features
THE Tories’ Trade Union Bill is a “declaration of class war” that trade unionists will need “killer instincts” to resist, the Scottish Morning Star conference heard yesterday.
Institute of Employment Rights director Carolyn Jones warned that the Bill was...
Monday 5th Oct 2015
posted by Zoe Streatfield in Britain
The GMB leader talks to Morning Star editor BEN CHACKO about Corbynomics, the EU and the hated Trade Union Bill
Monday 28th Sep 2015
Remembering the life of CND activist and Morning Star supporter and columnist Alan Mackinnon
Saturday 26th Sep 2015
The Morning Star’s future has never looked brighter, writes STEVE SWEENEY – and you can help secure its success
THREE decades before the idea gripped the wider trade union movement, the Daily Worker reported on organising white-collar workers on September 17 1935.
The paper highlighted the “slave driving” carried out by the London County Council, after the brave initiative of Elsie...
Thursday 17th Sep 2015
posted by Morning Star in Britain
PETER FROST reminds us of the sad demise of the Daily Herald, leaving the Morning Star as the only socialist daily left in Britain
Monday 14th Sep 2015
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
Your paper to print special edition with results of Labour leadership election
Saturday 5th Sep 2015
posted by Ben Chacko in Britain
This weekend’s Burston strike school rally typifies what’s great about our radical past and present, says STEVE SWEENEY, and the Morning Star needs your help to make things even better