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Prescott is right to point out hypocrisy of Corbyn's dishonest critics – and the left must challenge these pernicious attacks on Venezuela
52,000 sign petition for prosecution of pervert and change to sex offence law
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EU single market membership frustrates any ability to create coherent, integrated, nationalised industries and utilities based on democratically agreed national needs, write JONATHAN WHITE and ALEX GORDON
As Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani is set to be inaugurated for his second term today, NAVID SHOMALI reminds us that the country’s working class doesn’t endorse its clerical oppressors
STEVE SWEENEY reports on Yusuf Karatas’s arrest and the clampdown on Turkish media
Thousands watch as Luke Davey takes the battle against Tory disability cuts to Court of Appeal
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TSSA calls on SNP not to scrap transport police after terrorists threaten attack
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by Felicity Collier
THE Tories are facing renewed calls to scrap cruel welfare reforms after shocking new figures show that there are now 80,000 fewer disabled motorists on…
Damascus calls for international probe after banned tear-gas grenades found
posted by James Tweedie in World
IRANIAN opposition preacher Mehdi Karroubi was hospitalised yesterday morning, the day after beginning a dry hunger strike in protest at his house arrest.
Reports said 79-year-old Mr…
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SOUTH AFRICA’S ruling ANC attacked the South African Communist Party (SACP) on Wednesday night after it complained of a “witch-hunt” against rebel MPs. In the strongest criticism…
IT goes without saying that the Morning Star would far prefer negotiations over Britain’s exit from the European Union to be led by Jeremy Corbyn and his team.
But until Labour…
PYONGYANG’S revelation that Kim Jong Un has delayed approval of missiles being launched towards Guam to observe “the foolish and stupid conduct of the Yankees” represents a…
JEREMY CORBYN took his left-wing message of hope to the good people of Reading and Milton Keynes yesterday.
Strange as it might seem to Tory Cabinet ministers and the right-wing media, most…
Fatal safety risks were only revealed through tenant action after Southwark Council ignored concerns for decades, writes BETHANY RIELLY
Intrigued by Kristen R Ghodsee’s research published in the New York Times last week JOHN GREEN recalls the aspects of life in East Germany that might have prompted such conclusions
The president’s manipulative political rhetoric and reactionary policies have emboldened white supremacists, warns CJ ATKINS
NICOLE CRONIN and Leah Lyons will start Ireland’s crucial Women’s Rugby World Cup clash with France today.
Scrum-half Cronin made her Test debut in the 24-14 win over Japan, and…
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Holder says his men hope to spell trouble for seniors and pick off new blood
ENGLAND Test captain Joe Root has announced opening batsman Mark Stoneman will make his debut against West Indies at Edgbaston today.
Warwickshire all-rounder Chris Woakes and 20-year-old…
FESTIVAL veteran YASMINA LAVENDER shares her observations of this year's World of Music, Arts and Dance (WOMAD) - Britain's foremost festival of politics and international music.
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Memory, migration and a male Holocaust are key concerns in the shows covered by our critics at this year’s international and fringe festivals
Pride: The Unlikely Story of the True Heroes of the Miners’ Strike by Tim Tate (John Blake Books, £8.99)
WRITERS often struggle with the personal accounts…