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The Sun is no friend of ours

DOES Communities Secretary Sajid Javid believe that his ethnic origin gives him a free pass to pretend that Jeremy Corbyn’s acceptance of Sarah Champion’s resignation amounts to a gag on discussion of child abuse? Child abuse is an abominable crime that

Morning Star, yesterday, 10:52
 

Cronin and Lyons to start against France in decider

NICOLE CRONIN and Leah Lyons will start Ireland’s crucial Women’s Rugby World Cup clash with France today. Scrum-half Cronin made her Test debut in the 24-14 win over Japan, and has retained her place for the Pool C decider against the French in Dublin.

Morning Star, Thursday, 19:00
 

Trump’s common cause with bigots

The president’s manipulative political rhetoric and reactionary policies have emboldened white supremacists, warns CJ ATKINS USUALLY when David Duke opens his mouth, you can count on the words that come out to be a lie. The former KKK imperial wizard, Ho

Morning Star, Thursday, 18:17
 

Ledbury Estate could have collapsed at any time

Fatal safety risks were only revealed through tenant action after Southwark Council ignored concerns for decades, writes BETHANY RIELLY NEGLIGENCE and contempt of council tenants kills. We know this because of Lakanal House in Camberwell. We know this be

Morning Star, Thursday, 15:49
 

Brum bin workers crush council cut

After weeks of inaction (and amid rising stink) chiefs are finally set to dump job loss plan – with poor grace BIN WORKERS crushed council bosses’ recycled austerity plans yesterday after almost seven weeks of strike action. Rubbish has piled up on the s

Morning Star, Thursday, 00:11
 

Homeless charities must not collude with the Home Office

The government has been deporting homeless EU citizens with the help of Thames Reach and St Mungo’s, writes DAVID JONES IN MARCH 2016 the Home Office introduced a new policy characterising rough sleeping as an “abuse” (later qualified as “misuse”) of EU

Morning Star, Wednesday, 18:28
 

Open letter: we are appalled at the attacks on Kiri Tunks

We have been appalled at the attacks on Kiri Tunks following an article she wrote calling for discussion on the implications of proposals to change gender recognition legislation. Kiri has been subjected to abuse and attacks on social media and a petitio

Morning Star, Wednesday, 14:45
 

Halt universal credit as wages stagnate – Labour

New benefit scheme will hit single parents, nurses and teachers hardest MINISTERS should halt the roll-out of a controversial new benefits system, Labour will say today, as new figures reveal a sharp loss of income for nurses and teachers. The government

Morning Star, Wednesday, 00:15
 

Protests win evicted mother another day

Emergency hostel and speedier review won by Felicity Collier HOUSING activists scored a “symbolic victory” yesterday after protests forced a London council to offer emergency housing to a mother and her two young children for one night. Lambeth Housing A

Morning Star, Wednesday, 00:15
 

Venezuela: Imperialism denounced on the streets of Caracas

Maduro tells thronged masses to prepare for the threat of a Trump invasion VENEZUELANS packed the streets of Caracas on Monday to oppose US President Donald Trump’s threat of military intervention in the country. The Anti-Imperialist March, which stretch

Morning Star, Wednesday, 00:15
 

Afghanistan: Taliban writes letter calling for US withdrawal

THE TALIBAN sent an open letter to US President Donald Trump yesterday urging him to end the 16-year occupation of Afghanistan. In the letter sent to journalists by Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid, the guerilla fighters welcomed Mr Trump’s order of

Morning Star, Wednesday, 00:15
 

Two Koreas and Washington all suggest peaceful solution

PYONGYANG, Seoul and Washington all mooted peace talks yesterday. South Korean President Moon Jae In said Seoul and Washington agree that the crisis over the North’s nuclear programme should “absolutely be solved peacefully,” and that no US military acti

Morning Star, Wednesday, 00:15
 

Trump, this is not Hollywood

PYONGYANG’S revelation that Kim Jong Un has delayed approval of missiles being launched towards Guam to observe “the foolish and stupid conduct of the Yankees” represents a welcome outbreak of common sense. This new approach isn’t couched in diplomatic t

Morning Star, Wednesday, 00:15
 

Spooky march this autumn to protest at mums’ treatment

CAMPAIGN groups will stage a “March Of The Mummies” protest this Halloween to highlight the “archaic” behaviour of some employers towards pregnant women. Pregnant Then Screwed, which supports and promotes the rights of mothers, announced yesterday that i

Morning Star, 11 August 2017
 

Eisteddfod: A Welsh cultural and political treat

by Meic Birtwhistle IN advance of the National Eisteddfod your committed “Eisteddfodwr/wraig” (Eisteddfod attendee) will pore over their “rhaglen” (programme) in a bid to ascertain which are the ceremonies/events/competitions/concerts etc they don’t want

Morning Star, 7 August 2017
 
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