LIB DEM leader Tim Farron attempted to take a swing at Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn yesterday after ruling out any coalition between the two parties.
Mr Farron claimed that Mr Corbyn’s leadership was “toxic” after Brexit as he made a pitch for votes from Remainers...
Saturday 21st Jan 2017
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
Party referred to Met over missing £184,676
Thursday 8th Dec 2016
AS Fidel Castro is laid to rest this weekend, this paper will not be alone in reflecting on his life and contribution to the struggle.
Across the world, Fidel will be mourned by those who owe him and the Cuban revolution a debt.
Of course, Fidel will be most mourned in his own...
Saturday 3rd Dec 2016
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
The so-called ‘centre ground’ is a vapid term used to normalise austerity and neoliberalism, writes BEN GRANT-FOALE
Wednesday 2nd Nov 2016
posted by Morning Star in Features
A ONE-TIME Lib Dem parliamentary hopeful facing a series of child sex charges announced yesterday he would run for police and crime commissioner (PCC) in May.
Jason Zadrozny, who fought for the Ashfield seat in 2015, “vehemently” denied the charges including two counts of...
Thursday 31st Mar 2016
posted by Morning Star in Britain
SECRET “back door” public-sector cuts would result in fewer doctors, nurses, police officers, teachers and military personnel, Lib Dem leader Tim Farron said yesterday.
Tory Chancellor George Osborne’s changes to funding of public-sector pensions set out in his Budget...
Saturday 19th Mar 2016
LIB DEMS were “trailblazers” in attacking public services and workers’ rights, trade unions said yesterday after the troubled party blamed its election defeat on a decision to back tuition fees.
The party’s 57 seats in Parliament were reduced to just eight last...
Saturday 20th Feb 2016
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
NO-ONE will be surprised that the coroner’s verdict on the Liberal Democrat election wipeout singles out that party’s infamous U-turn on tuition fees.
That it “significantly damaged our reputation and credibility” to vote to triple the cost of a university...
CASH blown on an advertising campaign to promote George Osborne’s false “national living wage” could pay 372 people’s wages for the next year, according to the Liberal Democrats.
The calculation comes...
Thursday 18th Feb 2016
SCOTLAND’S only Lib Dem MP yesterday survived an attempt to annul his election in court after he leaked a secret government memo.
Four of Alistair Carmichael’s constituents launched a bid to oust him from his Orkney and Shetland seat, which they funded through a public...
Thursday 10th Dec 2015