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  • Taylor review is anti-worker


    IT seems a long time since a Labour frontbencher with the business portfolio thought it acceptable or advisable to quote a trade union leader in support of her position.

    But Rebecca Long-Bailey differs from most Labour MPs in being born into a working class family with a trade union...

    Wednesday 12th Jul 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Saudi arms ruling: Britain’s arms export controls are worthless


    Oh, do pull the other one, m’learned lords. What kind of a sick joke do you call this?

    For all the legal niceties and nuances, the court judgement yesterday on Britain’s billions of arms sales to Saudi Arabia is a green light to the blood-soaked Gulf despotism to...

    Tuesday 11th Jul 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Cede no ground to the right. The troublemakers are gunning for Corbyn again


    Bullying is unacceptable - but beware MPs who claim every attempt to hold them accountable is intimidation

    Monday 10th Jul 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • The G20: Hot air in Hamburg


    IT would have been too much to hope that the G20 summit in Hamburg would have produced anything of substance on the topics supposedly at the core of the two-day discussion.

    It is not as if they were unimportant — trade and jobs, the climate crisis, the refugee crisis and...

    Sunday 9th Jul 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Boris Johnson’s not to be trusted


    WHAT does Boris Johnson believe in other than his own destiny to be Britain’s prime minister one day by hook or by crook?

    His Bullingdon Club cronies David Cameron and George Osborne thought that he was on board with them on the EU referendum only for him to jump ship when he saw...

    Friday 7th Jul 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • A clarion call for unity against this anti-worker government


    ONE of the most bizarre episodes during the general election concerned Theresa May’s promise of the “greatest expansion in workers’ rights by any Conservative government in history.”

    Admittedly that’s setting a pretty low bar, but May pledged legislation...

    Thursday 6th Jul 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • North Korea nuclear weapons: Joint talks are what’s needed


    YET another North Korean missile launch is feted as a huge victory in Pyongyang and met with a predictable chorus of condemnation from nuclear-armed states and their allies.

    Donald Trump asks rhetorically whether North Korean leader Kim Jong Un hasn’t anything better to do with...

    Wednesday 5th Jul 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Parasitic cartel of energy giants


    THERESA MAY promised a cap on rip-off energy bills during the election, saying that an “absolute price cap” on standard variable tariffs would save families up to £100 a year.

    Rejecting neoliberal dogma that energy prices be left to market forces, she competed with...

    Tuesday 4th Jul 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • London demonstration: Class politics to the fore


    Question: what links the NHS cuts, the Grenfell Tower disaster and yesterday’s massive People’s Assembly demonstration against Theresa May’s Tory government?

    Answer: the politics of class.

    Britain is a society deeply divided on lines of economic class and has...

    Monday 3rd Jul 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • People's Assembly demo - Austerity can be ended


    LABOUR leader Jeremy Corbyn will address the multitudes today in London at the NotOneDayMore #ToriesOut national demonstration organised by the People’s Assembly Against Austerity.

    After a much better than expected general election result, when Labour took a number of seats from...

    Saturday 1st Jul 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial


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