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In order to overcome racism we need to address its roots

In order to overcome racism we need to address its roots

× You can read 19 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here THE tragic events of today have shocked the people across the world and, notwithstanding the disgusting attempt by one senator from Queensland to blame...

Friday, 19:32 in Art & Culture
 
Public losing patience with Brexit delaying tactics

Public losing patience with Brexit delaying tactics

JUST days after Chuka Umunna and his oddly matched groupuscule defected to form the Independent Group, Labour’s massed ranks of MPs have followed them into the division lobbies to vote to favour a policy which supposedly is why the cowardly clique...

Thursday, 18:34 in Art & Culture
 

Opinion: A bare-bones parliament, then and now

× You can read 19 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here WE ARE  living through history and I am glad to be out there talking and singing about it. It helps me let off steam. Last Friday week I enjoyed a...

Thursday, 15:56 in Art & Culture
 

Film round-up: March 14, 2019

× You can read 19 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here Fisherman’s Friends (12A) Directed by Chris Foggin ★★★★ IN CINEMA, all too often “based on a true story” translates as “facts have been...

Thursday, 15:08 in Art & Culture
 
Designs on radical living: 100 years of the Bauhaus

Designs on radical living: 100 years of the Bauhaus

× You can read 19 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here FOUNDED by renowned architect Walter Gropius in Weimar in 1919, the Bauhaus  — literally “house of construction” in German — was initially...

Thursday, 14:11 in Art & Culture
 

Film Of The Week: Benjamin

× You can read 19 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here Benjamin (15) Directed by Simon Amstell SIMON AMSTELL wears his heart on his protagonist’s sleeve in Benjamin. At a special Q&A screening at the...

Thursday, 14:11 in Art & Culture
 
Theatre: Richard III, Bristol Old Vic

Theatre: Richard III, Bristol Old Vic

× You can read 19 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here DIRECTOR John Haidar’s new version of Richard III starts with the killing of Henry VI and streamlines the text so that voices merge, characters are...

Thursday, 13:40 in Art & Culture
 
We should be outraged at what is done in our name

We should be outraged at what is done in our name

× You can read 19 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here THE killing of Seamus Ludlow might have been a lost footnote in the history of Ireland’s tangled relationship with the British empire if it wasn’t...

Wednesday, 18:23 in Art & Culture
 

Cartoon A qualified teacher would be nice

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Wednesday, 13:08 in Art & Culture
 
Editorial Watson’s faction should beware the electoral law of unintended consequences

Editorial Watson’s faction should beware the electoral law of unintended consequences

LABOUR’S right-wing factions have gathered their scattered forces to form a new grouping under the leadership of Tom Watson. In denying it was a faction, Bristol MP Darren Jones said: “As Neil Kinnock, our former leader was saying this evening,...

Tuesday, 16:04 in Art & Culture
 
Theatre: Gently Down the Stream, Park Theatre London

Theatre: Gently Down the Stream, Park Theatre London

× You can read 19 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here THERE'S every reason to believe — if we turn a blind eye to Mr and Mrs Trump’s rather depressing union — that a significant difference in age...

Tuesday, 16:04 in Art & Culture
 
Theatre: A Lesson from Aloes, Finborough Theatre London

Theatre: A Lesson from Aloes, Finborough Theatre London

× You can read 19 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here THE opening of A Lesson From Aloes lulls you into false sense of security. Piet and Gladys Benzuidenhouts are having a lazy afternoon in their...

Tuesday, 15:22 in Art & Culture
 
Theatre: Hamlet, Leeds Playhouse

Theatre: Hamlet, Leeds Playhouse

× You can read 19 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here WOMEN have been cast in the role of Hamlet since the late 1800s but it’s only in recent years that there’s been a trend towards them playing the...

Tuesday, 15:22 in Art & Culture
 
Dance Review: Victoria, Leeds Grand Theatre/Touring

Dance Review: Victoria, Leeds Grand Theatre/Touring

× You can read 19 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here CREATED to mark the bicentenary of Queen Victoria’s birth, this new production from Northern Ballet is very much an exercise in historiography....

Tuesday, 15:22 in Art & Culture
 
Science fiction and fantasy round-up: March 12, 2019

Science fiction and fantasy round-up: March 12, 2019

× You can read 19 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here WITH  her crew of one, plus the AI that runs the ship, Haimey captains a space salvage tug in the first book of Elizabeth Bear’s new series...

Tuesday, 15:22 in Art & Culture
 
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