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  • We’ve only seen but the scum on the surface


    MORE than three years after the then Home Secretary Theresa May announced the government’s intention to establish the undercover policing inquiry, none of the 180 registered victims of state dirty tricks have yet been called to give evidence.

    Not that we have no idea of what they...

    Tuesday 24th Oct 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Starmer plays fast and loose


    ANOTHER Sunday, another set of traps laid by shadow Brexit secretary Keir Starmer to ambush plans for Britain to leave the EU.

    Two months ago, in a move choreographed with business chiefs and the likes of Lord Mandelson, he committed Labour to supporting “transitional”...

    Monday 23rd Oct 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Tory disarray on Europe


    UNDERSTANDABLY, much media attention has been devoted to divisions within the Tory Cabinet over Brexit.

    As the Communist Party in Britain points out, these reflect differences of perspective within City and big business circles.

    This lack of a united, coherent Tory government...

    Saturday 21st Oct 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Tory divisions exposed


    FORMER minister Edward Leigh is a Tory MP who combines right-wing politics with concern for constitutional norms and he isn’t happy with his government’s contempt for parliamentary decisions.

    For the third time in recent weeks, Tory whips told members not to vote on an...

    Friday 20th Oct 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Tory interests laid bare


    PRIME Minister Theresa May’s refusal to pause her government’s madcap gallop to roll out Universal Credit (UC) indicates that the nasty party is still alive and kicking.

    Her answer to Labour backbencher Laura Pidcock’s question as to whether this is because of...

    Thursday 19th Oct 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • A broken clock


     

    JUST as a monkey and a typewriter could, in time, produce Shakespeare’s works, so the possibility exists that an Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) forecast on Britain’s economy might, one day, prove accurate.
    Its pre-referendum...

    Wednesday 18th Oct 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Ending Isis is the priority


    THE decision by Iraq’s Kurdish regional government to withdraw Peshmerga forces from positions in Kirkuk province rather than confront the Iraqi army is a welcome development.

    The Peshmerga and the national army, together with its allies in the largely Shi’ite Popular...

    Tuesday 17th Oct 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Common sense on probation


    IF LABOUR’S manifesto commitment to review the role of the private sector in rehabilitating criminals was welcome, yesterday’s clarification from the shadow justice minister was better still.

    Richard Burgon made clear to probation officers at their conference that this will...

    Monday 16th Oct 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • An immediate threat to peace


    THE clarion call “for peace and socialism” has for generations adorned the masthead of this paper.

    It may have sometimes seemed no more than a distant aspiration. But today it is not.

    The threat to peace is immediate. Across the Middle East and parts of Central Asia...

    Monday 16th Oct 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Government greenwashing


    Britain is not taking the action required to prevent climate catastrophe

    Friday 13th Oct 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial


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