LABOUR confirmed yesterday that it would give security guards at the party’s northern head office backdated earnings after it emerged they were being paid less than the living wage.
The Sun wrote that the party employed the guards through Axis Security to patrol its Newcastle...
Wednesday 6th May 2015
posted by Morning Star in Britain
NEWSPAPER columnist Katie Hopkins was yesterday blasted by the UN’s High Commissioner for Human Rights for likening migrants to cockroaches.
Jordanian Zeid Ra’ad al Hussein said the reality TV star had used language in her Sun column similar to that used by newspapers and...
Saturday 25th Apr 2015
ONE of the more distasteful and dangerous aspects of the current general election campaign is the total disregard for truth displayed by many of Britain's daily national newspapers.
The problem is not that they are partisan, preferring a particular party over others. The Morning Star...
Thursday 23rd Apr 2015
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
Occupy activists take over lobby of right-wing rag publishers News UK
Monday 30th Mar 2015
posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain
UNIONS voted yesterday to implement a workplace boycott of The Sun in a bid to effectively ban the newspaper’s infamously sexist Page 3.
The decision was taken by the overwhelming majority of delegates at this year’s TUC Women’s Conference after a lengthy...
Friday 13th Mar 2015
Feminist campaigners celebrate interim victory after 44 objectifying years
Wednesday 21st Jan 2015
This isn’t the ’70s any more, so why do we still permit the overt sexual objectification of women in the Sun, asks Lisa Clarke
Wednesday 24th Dec 2014
posted by Morning Star in Features
Right-wing rag blasted housing activist for renting a house
Thursday 4th Dec 2014
posted by Will Stone in Britain
PETER FROST remembers one of The Sun’s most despicable headlines and how it was taken up as rallying call for working-class unity
Thursday 11th Sep 2014
Could the Sun’s latest publicity stunt be intended to distract from the paper’s disgraceful track record? No. That’d be cynical, says PETER FROST
Monday 16th Jun 2014