Alex Morton’s departure for a rent-an-influence firm representing developers shows how close to the Prime Minister they are, writes SOLOMON HUGHES
Friday 29th Apr 2016
posted by Morning Star in Features
DAVID CAMERON has created a Whitehall time warp where four in five senior civil servants are “pale, male and for sale,” Labour said yesterday.
Sir Humphrey Appleby, the oleaginous plum-voiced, Oxford-educated mandarin of Yes Minister, has become the caricature for civil...
Thursday 28th Apr 2016
posted by Luke James in Britain
YVETTE COOPER received rapturous applause in the Commons yesterday after declaring that government policy on Europe’s child refugees was “putting this House and this country to shame.”
Labour’s refugee task force chairwoman called on PM David Cameron to...
posted by Morning Star in Britain
CAMPAIGNERS called on Prime Minister David Cameron yesterday to urge visiting US President Barack Obama to honour his promises to shut down the “shameful” Guantanamo Bay prison.
The Guantanamo Justice Campaign (GJC) held an hour-long vigil at the US embassy in London and...
Saturday 23rd Apr 2016
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
Under Jeremy Corbyn, Labour is no longer ‘sponsored’ by McDonald’s as it was during the Blairite years. The party right may complain, but we’re all lovin’ it, writes SOLOMON HUGHES
Friday 22nd Apr 2016
STANDARDS watchdogs will not investigate Prime Minister David Cameron following the Panama Papers tax scandal.
The parliamentary commissioner for standards Kathryn Hudson decided yesterday not to probe the matter, but her office declined to explain her reasons.
Mr Cameron was...
PM in ‘racist’ row over hopeful’s link to imam
Thursday 21st Apr 2016
We need to strengthen our movement to force Cameron and his party out of office, writes SAM FAIRBAIRN
Saturday 16th Apr 2016
Corbyn takes a swipe at government slash to HMRC budget
Thursday 14th Apr 2016
WHATEVER lawful, consensual activity John Whittingdale or other grown-ups get up to in their private lives should be of no concern to anyone else.
There is no public interest argument for dragging up a former relationship on the pretext of a possible “perception” that the...
posted by Morning Star in Editorial