The general election destroyed the myth that Corbyn was unelectable and incompetent. But ALEX NUNNS tells Morning Star editor Ben Chacko that the battle inside Labour is far from over
Saturday 24th Jun 2017
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The big media’s need to hold up profits drives them to increasing sensationalism and disregard for the lives of the people they report on, writes TIM GOPSILL
Monday 19th Jun 2017
Anyone who challenges the ‘free press’ will face the onslaught of their owners, says PETER LAZENBY
Friday 26th May 2017
Mainstream papers are stuck in a groupthink bubble of their own making — which is why voices like ours are so important, writes Ben Chacko
Monday 1st May 2017
MORE local newspapers are under threat in Tory former culture, media and sport secretary Sajid Javid’s constituency, the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) revealed yesterday.
Newsquest titles in the Midlands, including one praised by Mr Javid — currently Communities and...
Friday 7th Apr 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
BRITAIN’S regional newspaper industry crisis continued yesterday with the closure of another title.
The Sunday Independent, founded in 1808 and covering south-west England, is to close with the loss of 20 jobs.
The National Union of Journalists (NUJ) said it was...
Thursday 6th Apr 2017
Richard Maunders speaks with rising YouTube star JJ about media ownership, diversity, Establishment biases, the power of social media and Jeremy Corbyn
Wednesday 5th Apr 2017
By deriding the media as the ‘enemies of the people,’ Trump evokes a favoured tactic of authoritarian regimes, writes CJ Atkins
Wednesday 1st Mar 2017
THE PUBLIC has just one day left to respond to proposals that could see newspapers forced to pay their opponents’ legal costs even if they win in court.
The government’s consultation, which ends tomorrow, is to consider the implementation of measures that would penalise...
Monday 9th Jan 2017
Voices of dissent under an increasingly dictatorial regime are being silenced at an alarming rate in a country responsible for a third of the world’s total jailed journalists. STEVE SWEENEY reports
Wednesday 4th Jan 2017