KEITH FLETT writes on the revolutionary idea of preacher, pamphleteer and publisher William Benbow
Monday 21st Aug 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
CARLOS MARTINEZ recommends a book which shows how radical technologies could have a positive impact on our lives
posted by Morning Star in Arts
Squatting in Britain 1945-1955: Housing, Politics and Direct Action By Don Watson (Merlin Press, £16.99)
BY THE end of the second world war, many British cities had been badly damaged. Aerial bombardment had destroyed over 200,000 houses and soldiers returned...
Why We March: Signs of Protest and Hope — Voices from the Women’s March
by Various (Artisan Books, £11.99)
WHY We March is a pictorial history of the Women’s March on January 21 this year which took place worldwide.
FELICITY COLLIER describes how a mother of two was kicked out of her home due to her council’s incompetence
STEVE WILLIAMS argues that a progressive alliance in his constituency could have unseated Jeremy Hunt
SPORADIC murderous attacks in European cities carried out by people seduced by Islamic State (Isis) extremism are partly a response to the death cult’s military defeats in Syria, Lebanon and Iraq.
Having liberated Mosul from Isis subjugation, the Iraqi army, supported by Kurdish...
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
Big business has started to view the US president as a liability, writes CJ ATKINS
THE wife of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe arrived home from South Africa yesterday trailed by angry calls for her arrest in two countries after she allegedly assaulted a young woman.
Grace Mugabe was able to leave South Africa on an Air Zimbabwe flight after its government...
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A SEVEN-YEAR-OLD boy with dual British-Australian nationality was confirmed yesterday as one of the 13 victims of the Barcelona van attack as police revealed details of a 12-member terrorist cell.
Catalan police identifi ed Julian Cadman as one of those killed when a van ploughed into...