IAN LAVERY'S decision to rule himself out of standing for the Labour leadership in favour of backing Andy Burnham speaks volumes for the parliamentary party's political complexion.
Despite the political exit of Tony Blair and Peter Mandelson, who both left Parliament to spend more time...
Friday 15th May 2015
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
Trickett also mooted as left contender
Tuesday 12th May 2015
posted by Luke James in Britain
TRANSPORT union RMT joined with MPs yesterday to demand a public inquiry into bus companies profiting by refusing to pass oil price cuts on to passengers.
Those in the spotlight include Britain’s five largest operators — Arriva, First Group, Govia, National Express and...
Tuesday 7th Apr 2015
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
LEFT-WING Labour MP Ian Lavery stood up to veteran socialist filmmaker Ken Loach yesterday after the latter claimed Labour had abandoned ordinary working people.The director of Kes, Looking For Eric and Jimmy’s Hall attacked Labour as he launched rival party Left...
Thursday 2nd Apr 2015
Tuesday 10th Mar 2015
Saturday 7th Mar 2015
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Labour should continue to learn from its mistakes and not be dictated to by those who made them, writes IAN LAVERY
Saturday 7th Feb 2015
posted by Morning Star in Features
Lavery slams ‘shameful’ Blairite has-beens
As disabilities activists rally on social media, left-wing MPs tell Parliament of their disabled constituents' horrific stories
Wednesday 29th Oct 2014
posted by Richard Bagley in Britain
Nigel Farage is not subjected to the same rigorous scrutiny as any other political leader, says IAN LAVERY
Tuesday 23rd Sep 2014