KEN LIVINGSTONE pays tribute to the radical policies and achievements of former president Rafael Correa
Sunday 9th Jul 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
Corbyn, by contrast, leads a Labour Party that is ready to govern in the interests of the many, writes KEN LIVINGSTONE
Saturday 24th Jun 2017
Jeremy can take the fight to May’s coalition of chaos
Saturday 10th Jun 2017
The Tories’ general election manifesto is the most hard-right in living memory, writes KEN LIVINGSTONE
Saturday 27th May 2017
The Tories have rushed into this election because of economic difficulties and are offering no hope for a better future, writes KEN LIVINGSTONE
Saturday 13th May 2017
News earlier this week that up to three million children risk going hungry during school holidays in Britain, the fifth-richest economy, are an appalling Tory testimony, writes KEN LIVINGSTONE
Saturday 29th Apr 2017
An array of policies that will significantly improve the lives of ordinary people are the best reason to trust Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership, argues KEN LIVINGSTONE
Saturday 15th Apr 2017
SHADOW chancellor John McDonnell could “weep” at Labour’s infighting over antisemitism claims that have tarnished its reputation in the Jewish community, he said yesterday.
But Mr McDonnell insisted that he did not want to “prejudge” a further internal...
Monday 10th Apr 2017
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
It’s good the former London mayor has not been expelled from Labour, but he ought to have avoided a sorry affair which hasn’t helped Corbyn, says DAVID ROSENBERG
THE decision by Labour’s national constitutional committee (NCC) to suspend Ken Livingstone for a year has predictably failed to satisfy anyone.
Loudest are the howls of outrage from those demanding a more severe penalty for Livingstone, who argue that it is perverse to find the...
Thursday 6th Apr 2017
posted by Morning Star in Editorial