by Wendy Emmett
Wednesday 15th Mar 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
The world’s wealthiest countries are turning their backs on refugees, writes AISHA DODWELL
The low voter turnout in the recent by-elections shows Britain’s democracy is developing ever deeper fault lines due to a loss of trust, writes ANN CZERNIK
Hammond’s Budget has piled more misery on the backs of women and the self-employed, says JOHN McDONNELL
Tuesday 14th Mar 2017
Successive government cuts are forcing disabled people further and further into poverty, says ALICE KIRBY
The Morning Star’s FELICITY COLLIER investigates a charity that's making some noise
David Binney Lifted Land (Criss Cross)
ON December 29 1890 at Wounded Knee Creek on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, the US 7th Cavalry surrounded the encampment of the besieged Lakota Sioux.
When they began their onslaught with Hotchkiss machine...
Nicola Sturgeon is exposing the SNP to a possibility of a rift in its own ranks on the very issue on which the SNP is founded – national sovereignty, writes VINCE MILLS
Monday 13th Mar 2017
At the heart of the Tory tax-hike blunder is a failure to recognise the diversity of workplace relationships, writes TIM DAWSON
Ian Lavery is right to say it’s no use only to repeal old laws but, argues RICHARD RUDKIN, Labour must protect staff rights to withdraw work