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  • Fracking the planet & dubious safety on Southern trains


    CUADRILLA starting construction of fracking wells in Lancashire is a dark day for our future.

    The fracking fiasco is rotten the whole way through. The immediate issue of the government overturning the county council’s decision and rejecting the wishes of residents is utterly...

    Friday 6th Jan 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Open debate essential for Brexit


    EUROPEAN Commission spokeswoman Natasha Bertaud has expressed regret at the “loss” of Ivan Rogers, Britain’s ambassador to the European Union.

    Her compliments to his professionalism and knowledge may be entirely sincere, but assessment of him as a “tough”...

    Thursday 5th Jan 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • No lurch to the right


    DISTRESSING though Labour’s polling may be, shadow housing secretary John Healey is right to point out that giving up on forming a government is not the answer.

    The Fabian Society may believe that seeking to build a coalition with smaller parties is a more realistic goal than...

    Wednesday 4th Jan 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Stitching up passengers


    FRESH from new year celebrations, rail users run slap-bang into reality with this year’s instalment of above-inflation fare increases.

    Even worse than the basic fact of an average 2.3 per cent increase is the reality that fares rise by different percentages dependent on a...

    Tuesday 3rd Jan 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Israel rant a sop to Trump


    POLITICAL commentators sought new superlatives in 2016 to describe the astonishment value of victory for the Leave camp in the EU referendum, followed by Donald Trump’s election as US president.

    But no “shock horror” hyperbole for these events could match the...

    Saturday 31st Dec 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Cool heads must prevail


    ALL true friends of the Syrian people will welcome the ceasefire agreement signed by Russia and Turkey and backed by Syria, Iran and armed opposition groups.

    Peace hopes have often been dashed since the concerted effort to overthrow President Bashar al-Assad began five years ago, so...

    Friday 30th Dec 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Tantrums in Tel Aviv


    ISRAEL’S delaying of approval for 492 Jews-only homes in occupied east Jerusalem does not mean a rethink of the zionist state’s colonisation of the occupied West Bank. The decision made by the Jerusalem planning and housing committee at the behest of Prime Minister Benjamin...

    Thursday 29th Dec 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Tory prisons policy hurts society


    ALMOST exactly one year ago, the Prison Officers Association (POA) defended the report it had commissioned on the crisis in our prisons.

    Professor Gail Kinman had highlighted the impact of budget cuts on the service, its staff and prison inmates. She found that most prison officers had...

    Saturday 24th Dec 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Fight terror at its source


    THE terrorist outrage in Berlin illustrates yet again the depths to which the Islamic State (Isis) death cult will sink.

    It confirms the need to wipe out this anti-human organisation and its so-called “soldiers.”

    Hopefully, 2017 will see its anti-Islamic...

    Friday 23rd Dec 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • An attack on our liberties


    NATIONAL Union of Journalists general secretary Michelle Stanistreet calls for “a new public debate” on how much of our personal lives are monitored and recorded by authorities.

    She is right — and right too that the government should drop its plans to head to the...

    Thursday 22nd Dec 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial


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