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  • The shrine of neoliberalism


    THE revelation that HMRC had to pay nearly £87,000 in compensation payments to claimants wrongly denied benefits by contractor Concentrix serves as a warning not to believe private-sector superiority myths.

    New Labour, Tories and Liberal Democrats have all worshipped at the...

    Tuesday 17th Jan 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Brexit means Empire? & Huber freed


    CHANCELLOR Philip Hammond’s threat that the Tories will do “whatever we have to” to ensure Britain stays “competitive” in the event of losing access to the European single market should surprise exactly no-one.

    “Competitive” is, of course, the...

    Monday 16th Jan 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Let’s remake our country


    JEREMY CORBYN was correct to call this Wednesday for a Constitutional Convention that would enable a root and branch examination of all aspects of government in Britain. He was also correct to place issues of economic justice at the heart of it and to link it to the opportunities for...

    Saturday 14th Jan 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Sabre-rattling doesn’t help


    SHADOW defence secretary Nia Griffith is said to be “absolutely furious” because Jeremy Corbyn’s spokesman quoted the Labour leader as wanting to wind down military tensions with Russia.

    Given that Corbyn has a record of opposing war as a means of settling...

    Friday 13th Jan 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • No, Obama, you couldn’t


    BARACK OBAMA’S farewell speech was a self-congratulatory performance that played down political failure but contained a telling reference to the scale of a task that proved beyond him.

    The outgoing president highlighted the aspiration of his enthused supporters to a...

    Thursday 12th Jan 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Corbyn right again on EU


    DEBATES on the left in Britain over immigration tend to polarise between those committed to open borders and others obsessed with cutting newcomer numbers.

    The former is portrayed as an expression of internationalism — “no worker is illegal” — and the latter a...

    Wednesday 11th Jan 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Swept Under the Carpet


    HOW can a story affecting Britain’s national security be relegated from newspaper front pages one day to a non-event the next?

    How can an opposition front-bench demand for an inquiry be simply ignored and left to lie without protest?

    Labour shadow foreign secretary Emily...

    Tuesday 10th Jan 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • New slogan, same cruelty


    DAVID CAMERON’S “big society” was a bid to dissociate the Conservative Party with the toxic legacy of Thatcher, whose “no such thing as society” mantra was too brutal for his preferred public image.

    “There is such a thing as society, it’s just...

    Monday 9th Jan 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • SNP: lost in translation


    AFTER losing referendums on Scottish independence and Britain’s membership of the European Union, why does Nicola Sturgeon bang on about a second independence vote?

    Yes, it’s a given that she and her party want Scotland to leave the United Kingdom.

    But she must know...

    Saturday 7th Jan 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Fracking the planet & dubious safety on Southern trains


    CUADRILLA starting construction of fracking wells in Lancashire is a dark day for our future.

    The fracking fiasco is rotten the whole way through. The immediate issue of the government overturning the county council’s decision and rejecting the wishes of residents is utterly...

    Friday 6th Jan 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial


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