Most of Labour’s common-sense and broadly supported policies can only be implemented if there is a clean break with the EU, argues Fawzi Ibrahim
Thursday 4th May 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
GREECE capitulated to eurozone creditors’ demands for more cuts yesterday in return for releasing bailout funds.
The Syriza government — elected in 2015 on an antiausterity manifesto — agreed to a new round of pension cuts in 2019.
And it committed to...
Wednesday 3rd May 2017
posted by Morning Star in World
JEREMY CORBYN accused Theresa May of “megaphone” diplomacy yesterday for her Brexit negotiating strategy after European Commission president Jean Claude Juncker walked out of talks.
The increasingly isolated Prime Minister was attacked by Mr Juncker after the two met last...
Tuesday 2nd May 2017
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
KEIR STARMER’S development of the approach presented on Sunday by Jeremy Corbyn is far preferable to Theresa May’s immigration-obsessed scenario for Britain leaving the European Union.
It makes clear that, whatever the Liberal Democrats and like-minded schemers in Open...
Wednesday 26th Apr 2017
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
by Mick Cash
Monday 24th Apr 2017
TURKEY’S constitutional changes endorsed in Sunday’s referendum threaten to take that country further down the road to fascism.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will assume sweeping new powers with which to pursue his authoritarian, neoliberal and Islamist agenda.
Tuesday 18th Apr 2017
British businesses to be given priority for public contracts
Friday 14th Apr 2017
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
by Felicity Collier
MAYORS in Britain’s big cities must give regions a voice in Brexit talks, the Institute of Public Policy Research (IPPR) North think tank urges in a report published today.
Metro mayors are to be elected next month in cities including...
Monday 10th Apr 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Theresa May’s desire to have her cake and eat it is a threat to Brexit, writes PAUL DONOVAN
Saturday 1st Apr 2017
Progressive federalism could reverse the power of capital over labour, help to redistribute wealth and maximise
democratic control at every level, argues John Foster