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  • Contempt for global law


    OUTGOING US President Barack Obama warned the world from Berlin yesterday against “violating international norms.”

    The British government piled in, suggesting that the Western powers would maintain these “international norms” by keeping up sanctions against...

    Saturday 19th Nov 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Justice for Chagossians


    COLONIAL arrogance runs through the Tories’ contemptuous dismissal of the Chagos Islanders’ demand to return to their homeland.

    Foreign Office Minister Sir Alan Duncan insists that the decision to rule out resettlement for people forced out to make way for the huge US...

    Friday 18th Nov 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Priced out of a home


    THE main problem associated with the housing market in Britain is not reduced levels of home ownership but the sheer scale of homelessness and unaffordable housing.

    The Redfern Review, commissioned by shadow housing secretary John Healey and led by Taylor Wimpey chief executive Pete...

    Thursday 17th Nov 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Grovelling to oppressors


    WHAT kind of submissive state agrees to extradite its citizens to a superpower on demand without insisting on a reciprocal arrangement?

    Lauri Love is the latest British citizen to discover the grovelling depths to which Tony Blair’s government sank in 2003 by agreeing that the US...

    Wednesday 16th Nov 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • May tries Trump’s card


    JOHN McDONNELL characterises the Autumn Statement choice facing Chancellor Philip Hammond today as between a Brexit that works for bankers and the rich and a fairer alternative benefiting everyone else.

    No prizes for guessing which way Hammond is likely to jump, despite Theresa...

    Tuesday 15th Nov 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Liberalism has no answers


    JEREMY CORBYN’S assessment of the “shallow populist appeal” of US president-elect Donald Trump and French fascist leader Marine Le Pen is spot on.

    While canny exploitation of people’s insecurities to whip up xenophobia and hatred can pay off electorally, the...

    Monday 14th Nov 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Contempt for Democracy™


    LIBERAL Democrats were always the most passionate European Union supporters — if we had listened to them, Britain would have been mired in the crisis-plagued eurozone years ago.

    So when Tim Farron declares that his MPs will refuse to vote to trigger Article 50 unless...

    Saturday 12th Nov 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Big pharma harms us all


    TO DENY pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) to people at high risk of acquiring HIV ought to be unconscionable, but yesterday’s welcome Court of Appeal decision has implications for NHS England.

    The figures make sense, especially in the long run, with 103,700 individuals currently...

    Friday 11th Nov 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • A blow to liberalism


    MEXICANS and Muslims will be at the sharp end of communities afraid for their future in light of Donald Trump’s election as US president.

    Many women, ethnic minorities and people with disabilities will also be apprehensive after hearing the vile, crude gibes employed by the...

    Wednesday 9th Nov 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • A badge of shame for rail


    RAIL Minister Paul Maynard’s decision to defer electrification of the Great Western rail line from London to south Wales and south-west England is a blatant failure to honour a general election manifesto pledge.

    His assertion that new rolling stock can “bring in the...

    Wednesday 9th Nov 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial


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