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Castle of Light, Edinburgh

Castle of Light, Edinburgh

× You can read 9 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here AS PART of the ongoing transformation of the Scottish capital into a Christmas theme park for tourists, Edinburgh Castle is undergoing the dubious...

today, 17:58 in Art & Culture
 
Books Time to repossess our common treasury

Books Time to repossess our common treasury

× You can read 9 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here THERE'S some exemplary research in Guy Shrubsole's Who Owns England?, which cracks open many well-kept secrets. Yet, while I thoroughly recommend the...

today, 17:40 in Art & Culture
 

Poetry on the Picketline Under the Acacia Tree, by Joy Johnson

× You can read 9 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here Decisions made on the other side of the world have consequences... on the other side of the world. On a Yemeni farm it was the spring planting season....

today, 17:40 in Art & Culture
 
Election 2019 Why I'm Voting Labour: Alan Gibbons, writer

Election 2019 Why I'm Voting Labour: Alan Gibbons, writer

× You can read 9 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here ONE of the jobs of the writer is to observe the society around them. If, like me, you write for young people, particularly teenagers, you earn part of...

today, 17:40 in Art & Culture
 
Election 2019 Why I'm voting Labour: Zita Holbourne, artist, writer and activist

Election 2019 Why I'm voting Labour: Zita Holbourne, artist, writer and activist

× You can read 9 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here WE HAVE had 10 years of a hostile environment, in which migrant communities in Britain who have contributed to the economy and society and raised their...

today, 17:07 in Art & Culture
 
Election 2019 Why I'm Voting Labour: Ra Page, publisher Comma Press

Election 2019 Why I'm Voting Labour: Ra Page, publisher Comma Press

× You can read 9 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here AS THE only major party with a desire to avert it, much has been said about how, given the climate crisis, we owe it to our children and grandchildren...

today, 17:07 in Art & Culture
 
Election 2019 Why I’m Voting Labour: Attila the Stockbroker

Election 2019 Why I’m Voting Labour: Attila the Stockbroker

× You can read 9 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here I’M VOTING Labour to end years of despair, poverty and hopelessness for so many. And not just that, but to end the feelings of helplessness and unease...

today, 17:07 in Art & Culture
 
Winning voters over to Labour’s manifesto will be key

Winning voters over to Labour’s manifesto will be key

THE launch today of Labour’s election manifesto promises to be the game-changer which, although it had its moments, Tuesday’s TV debate was not. The post-broadcast ITV Twitter poll gave Jeremy Corbyn a substantial lead, the YouGov poll, of a much...

yesterday, 00:33 in Art & Culture
 
Opera Orphee, London Coliseum

Opera Orphee, London Coliseum

× You can read 9 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here THE FIRST three operas in the English National Opera’s ambitious Orpheus season have had mixed reviews, with empty seats prompting the company to sell...

Wednesday, 12:18 in Art & Culture
 
Editorial: The US is embracing international lawlessness

Editorial: The US is embracing international lawlessness

THE Donald Trump administration’s declaration that it no longer considers Israeli settlements in the West Bank illegal marks another step away from the principles of international law. The illegality of the settlements by Israeli citizens on...

Tuesday, 19:02 in Art & Culture
 
Editorial ‘Business leaders’ and the Labour Party

Editorial ‘Business leaders’ and the Labour Party

THE left can sometimes worry too much about what bosses’ federation the Confederation of British Industry makes of our plans. Big business always likes the claim that a rising tide lifts all boats, that good times for the owners mean good times for...

Monday, 18:17 in Art & Culture
 
Books Reds, Rebels and Radicals by David Bell

Books Reds, Rebels and Radicals by David Bell

× You can read 9 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here THIS little gem surveys an eclectic selection of “reds, rebels and radicals” from Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire over hundreds of...

Monday, 15:12 in Art & Culture
 

Fiction Foreigners by Ken Fuller

× You can read 9 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here THE WORLD of the Western ex-pat in Asia is ripe for fictionalisation. Yet it’s a terrain potentially prone to  unpleasant stereotypes and its harsh...

Monday, 15:12 in Art & Culture
 
Books The digital dilemma

Books The digital dilemma

× You can read 9 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here Capital is Dead: Is This Something Worse? by McKenzie Wark Verso, £14.99 Rereading Marx in the Age of Digital Capitalism by Christian Fuchs Pluto...

Monday, 15:12 in Art & Culture
 

Poetry on the picketline Stoicism in Stockwell by Rick Dove

× You can read 9 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here In the city there’s a thousand things I want to say to you... growing up in London makes for an intimate relationship with the law of large numbers,...

Monday, 15:12 in Art & Culture
 
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