Seeing as the Tories have a history of lying their way back into government, RICK EVANS proposes a new name for the party of the few
Monday 29th May 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
BRITISH PM Theresa May urged rich nations to halt Isis recruitment yesterday — after revelations MI5 let the Manchester bomber slip through the net.
Ms May showed no hint of irony as she told a session on counter-terrorism at the Group of Seven (G7) summit in Taormina, Sicily,...
Saturday 27th May 2017
posted by Morning Star in World
THE TORIES cancelled their re-election campaign yesterday soon after it was revealed their opinion poll lead has shrunk to five points.
The party declined to give the reason for further suspension of their campaign.
All parties’ campaigns were paused for three days as a...
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
The Tories’ general election manifesto is the most hard-right in living memory, writes KEN LIVINGSTONE
MUSICIANS Captain Ska have teamed up with the People’s Assembly Against Austerity in a bid to oust the the Tories from Downing Street by re-releasing their single “Liar Liar” yesterday.
The track — first released in 2010 — had climbed to number 58 in the...
posted by Morning Star in Britain
THERESA MAY has told her Nato allies that the lesson of the Manchester bomb attack is that the alliance must spend more on arms to raise its game against “terrorism.”
Her comment exposes the Prime Minister’s inability to examine the causes of jihadist extremism or to...
Friday 26th May 2017
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
MORE money will be put into the government’s controversial Prevent “anti-extremism strategy” in the wake of the Manchester bombing, Home Secretary Amber Rudd announced yesterday.
In a snap decision following the Manchester stadium bombing atrocity on Tuesday, Ms Rudd...
Thursday 25th May 2017
May forced into humiliating U-turn over dementia tax
Tuesday 23rd May 2017
THERESA MAY’S humiliating U-turn on her planned “dementia tax” shows panic and incompetence at the heart of British government.
Like Chancellor Philip Hammond’s volte-face on ramping up national insurance contributions after the Budget, it suggests the...
ABOUT 900,000 primary-school kids from low-income families will lose out on hot meals under Conservative manifesto plans, the think tank Education Policy Institute (EPI) warned yesterday.
In analysis conducted for The Observer, EPI found that the number affected by Tory plans to axe...
Monday 22nd May 2017