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  • When myth overrides fact


    IAN SINCLAIR takes issue with the self-aggrandising depiction of realities of the Dunkirk evacuation during WWII which greatly inflates the British role and omits most of the unsavoury detail

    Friday 28th Jul 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Features

  • Lock them up and make huge profits


    SOLOMON HUGHES explores Trump’s close ties with prison privateers and how Blair encouraged the business in Britain

    Friday 28th Jul 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Features

  • Was Shelley the first modern socialist?


    Harry Warren finds the early 19th-century romantic’s work brimming with socialist ideas

    Friday 28th Jul 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Features

  • Syria mustn’t be Balkanised


    MAINSTREAM media concentration on the US-backed, mainly Kurdish Syrian Democratic Forces’ (SDF) efforts to capture the Islamic State (Isis) capital Raqqa obscure events elsewhere in Syria.

    Fighting in Raqqa mirrors the battle by Iraqi forces to retake Mosul from the Isis death...

    Friday 28th Jul 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • US-led coalition airstrikes massacre civilians as Syrians advance on Isis-held Deir Ezzor


    US-LED coalition warplanes massacred civilians in Deir Ezzor villages, Syrian state news agency Sana said yesterday.

    Air strikes on al-Tibeh killed 18 civilians and injured 20, locals told the agency.

    Sources told Sana that more civilians had been killed by coalition shelling...

    Friday 28th Jul 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • Al-Qaida affiliates to give up territory on the border


    AL-QAIDA-AFFILIATED extremists will surrender the Arsal region on the Lebanon-Syria border, Lebanese General Abbas Ibrahim said yesterday.

    A ceasefire with Hetesh went into effect yesterday morning after a six-day offensive by the Lebanese army and Hezbollah guerillas.

    Gen...

    Friday 28th Jul 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • Brexit: Australians will still have no worries getting here


    AUSTRALIANS will still have easy access to Britain after Brexit, Boris Johnson said in Sydney yesterday.

    The British Foreign Secretary was in Australia for an annual summit with British and Australian ministers that included discussions on a postBrexit bilateral trade deal.

    ...

    Friday 28th Jul 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • Hundreds of tower blocks fail fire safety checks


    HUNDREDS of tower blocks across England have fire safety flaws, an investigation published today reveals.

    Fire-risk assessments at 436 social housing blocks found that nearly a third, 268, had damaged fire doors, the Inside Housing study found.

    The trade magazine also found 71...

    Friday 28th Jul 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • NUT joins calls against Open University Cuba ban


    BRITAIN’S largest teaching union NUT joined the growing chorus of voices yesterday against the Open University’s (OU) “discriminatory” ban on Cuban students.

    NUT general secretary Kevin Courtney has written to OU secretary Keith Zimmerman, calling for the policy...

    Friday 28th Jul 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • Arriva staff to launch new action


    ARRIVA Traincare maintenance workers are to hold a fresh strike and overtime ban over pay, rail union RMT revealed yesterday.

    The workers will walk out for 24 hours on August 18 and will ban overtime from August 9 to 17. The firm is based in Crewe and has sites in Bristol, Gateshead,...

    Friday 28th Jul 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Britain


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