Saturday 24th Jun 2017
posted by Morning Star in Sport
Money from Community Shield to help those affected
Wales end summer tour with a 100 per cent win record
James Nalton spoke to author of the European Game, Daniel Fieldsend, about some of the biggest clubs in Europe which are based on socialist principles
NICK DEARDEN warns that the PM’s ministers could be on course for sweeping powers to rewrite laws without normal parliamentary scrutiny as Britain leaves the European Union
posted by Morning Star in Features
Ode To LeedsWest Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds4/5
INSPIRED by the spoken-word scene pivotal to writer Zodwa Nyoni’s own life, her Ode To Leeds is a poignant and cliche-free coming-of-age play.
It joins five...
posted by Morning Star in Arts
I love the diversity of my gigs. Last Friday week I went back to my 1970s roots at the Doghouse in Nottingham, which looks like a bikers’ clubhouse, has a massive crack in the glass in the front door and hosts old-school punk and metal shows.
Given the predilection of some...
Singer-songwriter MADDY CARTY tells Len Phelan where’s she’s at, musically and politically
Friday 23rd Jun 2017
by Felicity Collier
ONE of the 10 fire stations closed by Boris Johnson between 2008-12 while he was mayor of London is to be converted into luxury flats by a company which counts a Tory donor as one of its directors.
Belsize fire station in north London had served the...
posted by Morning Star in Britain