PRAISE from Michael Gove tends to confer pariah status on its recipient. And so it proved for the renegade MP John Woodcock.
WHEN Donald Tusk, the former Polish prime minister, was annointed for a second term as president of the EU Council the Polish foreign minister said
THE Morning Star went to press earlier than the conclusion of the debate on the deal the Prime Minister fashioned with her ideological soul mates i
ONE in 10 members of Parliament went to just one school. It wasn’t an inner-city comprehensive run by a cash-strapped local authority.
SATURDAY’S demonstration, called by the People’s Assembly, shows the only way out of the political deadlock caused by Brexit negotiations.
TOMORROW’S demonstration against austerity will be part protest and part celebration.
DESPITE being elected with over two-thirds of the vote last May in an election given a clean bill of health by hundreds of international observers,
JEREMY CORBYN’S pledge that Labour will throw itself into the fight for a general election should Theresa May lose her Brexit vote next week should
MPS are right to protest against the nasty display of thuggish abuse and intimidation by some far-right, self-styled “yellow vests” outside the Hou
AS AN opening gambit in trade talks President Trump’s deployment of his warship off Chinese waters lacks subtlety. It has precedent.