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  • Rail workers deserve our firm support


    RAIL WORKERS preparing to strike at the start of October across Arriva Rail Norther, Merseyrail, Greater Anglia and Southern to keep passengers safe must know that they have the support of the travelling public.

    No matter what waffle the private train operators come up with —...

    Wednesday 20th Sep 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Britain buries its bloody role in Indonesia


    THE attempts to prevent a summit from going ahead in Jakarta on the massacres of 1965 show just how great a step was taken when the International People’s Tribunal into the killings reported last year.

    They also underline how much work is left to be done. It is significant that...

    Tuesday 19th Sep 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Austerity axed a million jobs


    SMALL-STATE Tories will no doubt pat themselves on the back after hearing that the public sector represents its lowest share of the labour market since 1947.

    Since Thatcher’s day Conservatives have bleated out a “public bad, private good” approach to the delivery of...

    Monday 18th Sep 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Transport cuts put everyone in danger


    THE terrorist attack on a train at Parsons Green in London was the latest in a series of sickening attempts to take the lives of innocent people going about their business — an attempt that fortunately failed, though many will bear its scars for the rest of their lives.

    As the...

    Saturday 16th Sep 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Ceta must be torn to pieces


    THE GMB union is right to warn of a “corporate land grab” coming into force in less than a week as the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (Ceta) between Canada and the EU takes effect.

    Ceta has attracted less controversy than its US-EU counterpart TTIP, presumably...

    Friday 15th Sep 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • The Tories' short-lived pay stunt


    THERESA MAY’S pathetic bid to pose as the friend of working people by affecting to end the Tories’ seven-year pay cap unravelled even before TUC Congress closed yesterday.

    Her pretence that police and prison officers would be paid more than the 1 per cent cap in response to...

    Thursday 14th Sep 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Cuba puts the West to shame


    CUBA has often provided a graphic systemic contrast in how a socialist society reacts to human suffering compared with the conduct of more affluent capitalist states.

    Its military volunteers flew to Angola in the 1970s to help defend the country’s independence against invasion by...

    Wednesday 13th Sep 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Could the Tory ship capsize?


    THE Tories’ post-election bung to the Democratic Unionist Party gifted trade unionists an easy retort to rhetorical questions of where money for a comprehensive public-service pay rise could be found.

    “From the same place you found the billion quid for the DUP,” was...

    Tuesday 12th Sep 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Labour’s eyes on the future


    JOHN McDONNELL’S pledge to stand by workers “in Parliament and on the picket line” is demonstrated by the vote Labour is forcing on public-sector pay on Wednesday.

    The party is forcing the Conservatives onto weak ground and sending a clear message to nurses, civil...

    Monday 11th Sep 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • May hopes to cheat people


    THERESA MAY’S plan to engineer an absolute Tory majority on key parliamentary committees amounts to a shameless attempt to subvert the general election verdict.

    May complains about being viewed as “robotic,” suggesting that she was “frustrated” during the...

    Saturday 9th Sep 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial


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