JEREMY CORBYN vowed yesterday to take on the unchecked power of banks and media barons if elected Labour leader.
The Islington North MP said that Rupert Murdoch’s empire would be broken up to dilute his media influence and banks would be forced to address Britain’s...
Tuesday 25th Aug 2015
posted by Morning Star in Britain
For too long thousands of ordinary people have suffered declining living standards while being treated by our political class as the great unwashed whose votes don’t count – but that is all beginning to change, says JOE GILL
Saturday 22nd Aug 2015
posted by Morning Star in Features
GUTTER press baron Rupert Murdoch predicted the success of Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour leadership campaign yesterday in an unexpected hint of “support.”
He said that the current favourite would be announced as the winner on September 12 because the other three candidates...
Friday 21st Aug 2015
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Tuesday 18th Aug 2015
posted by Jody Porter in Arts
SPOOKED Blairites demanding a halt to the Labour leadership contest to allow a probe into entryism were branded hypocrites yesterday.
Non-party members are allowed to sign up and vote as supporters under new rules introduced under Ed Miliband in the hope of diluting union...
Monday 27th Jul 2015
posted by Luke James in Britain
The “Stop Jeremy Corbyn” campaign has gone into overdrive in recent days.
The left-wing candidate for Labour Party leader has come under a barrage of hostile and even defamatory criticism.
Everything about him, from his choice of headgear to his age and gender, has...
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
RUPERT MURDOCH'S mouthpiece The Times is running out of ways to portray Ed Miliband as a puppet in the pocket of trade union leaders.
So it resorted on yesterday's front page to doing what it does best - making up stories.
"Miliband asks unions to save his No 10 bid," bellowed...
Wednesday 6th May 2015
ED MILIBAND promises to scrap the bedroom tax on "day one" of a Labour government and create a hardship fund to support its victims while legislation is going through Parliament.
For the more than half a million people ordered to pay money they do not have to remain in their homes,...
Saturday 2nd May 2015
POLLS indicate that the Scottish National Party could sweep the board in a week's time and romp home with all 59 of the country's MPs.
The seemingly unstoppable rise of the SNP has taken observers aback ever since Alex Salmond became Scotland's First Minister in 2007.
Thursday 30th Apr 2015
Reports unearthed by SOLOMON HUGHES show “anti-violence” officers kept secret files on union chiefs and MPs who dared to support striking printers
Friday 24th Apr 2015