SOUTH YORKSHIRE Morning Star Readers and Supporters Group members gathered at workers’ stately home Wortley Hall outside Sheffield on Saturday tonight for their annual Burns supper.
The event featured the piping-in of the haggis followed by a traditional supper of haggis, neeps...
Monday 23rd Jan 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
PALESTINIAN activists revealed over the weekend that their opponents are increasingly using accusations of anti-semitism “as a weapon” to silence criticism of Israel.
At a meeting in central London delegates heard how Palestinian Solidarity Campaign (PSC) branch and...
Officers fire at 63-year-old founder of group improving community relations after mistaking him for wanted suspect
Saturday 21st Jan 2017
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
Labour leader warns Holyrood elite have no special solutions
posted by Zoe Streatfield in Britain
‘Tireless campaigner’ Troughton goes for seat
DONCASTER PRISON is expected to be surrounded by campaigners today in protest against the treatment of a transgender inmate who committed suicide last month.
Jenny Swift, 49, was incarcerated in the men’s prison in South Yorkshire despite having lived as a woman.
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
TRADE union activist Kevin Halpin has died at the age of 90.
He was a fighter for the working class all his life as a rank-and-file union organiser and communist.
Born in Preston, Lancashire, he committed himself to fighting the system that saw his mother die in the...
BULLYING bosses on the Woolwich Ferry risk causing travel chaos for thousands after provoking 12 days of strikes, workers announced yesterday.
A culture of bullying and harassment “including serious allegations of a sexual nature made” by one female worker returned an 88...
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
HUNDREDS of people have gathered in London to discuss demands that Brexit work for people rather than bankers and heal divides caused within the progressive movement by the EU referendum.
The event held by the People’s Assembly Against Austerity on Thursday night called for an...
LIB DEM leader Tim Farron attempted to take a swing at Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn yesterday after ruling out any coalition between the two parties.
Mr Farron claimed that Mr Corbyn’s leadership was “toxic” after Brexit as he made a pitch for votes from Remainers...