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  • Islamophobia didn’t emerge from nowhere


    THERESA MAY appears to imagine that, while she’s on her Middle East trip, she can afford to ignore online abuse thrown at her by her ex-bestie Donald Trump.

    Her strongest remark is that the US president was “wrong” to share three videos designed to foster hatred...

    Friday 1st Dec 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Tulip Siddiq has apologised – but so should Channel 4


    LABOUR MP Tulip Siddiq has apologised to Channel 4 producer Daisy Ayliffe for mentioning her pregnancy during a public exchange, but her apology shouldn’t have been the only one.

    Channel 4 News ought to have expressed regret for gatecrashing Siddiq’s event to highlight...

    Thursday 30th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Theresa May is appeasing an apologist for fascism in the White House


    THERESA MAY’S acknowledgement that it was “wrong” of US President Donald Trump to share online Islamophobic videos posted by the Britain First fascist group marks a step forward — but only a baby step.

    Thursday 30th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • The EU is not so stable now


    IT’S BEEN a bad week so far for the concerted propaganda drive to portray the EU as a rock of stability in contrast to the chaos that is Brexit Britain.

    In the Irish Republic, the Taoiseach and his Foreign Minister demanded written pledges from Britain on the post-Brexit...

    Wednesday 29th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • A ludicrously vague plan


    “AN UNFUNNY joke” was the GMB’s verdict on the Tories’ new industrial strategy white paper.

    The strategy is so divorced from reality that reading any substantial part of its 250 pages would be time badly wasted.

    Many of the “key policies”...

    Tuesday 28th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Russia, the US and fake news


    THE tit for tat measures being taken by the United States and Russia against each other’s journalists are bad news for press freedom in both countries.

    Worse, they signal a growing willingness to clamp down on alternative media outlets which is palpable in Britain too.

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    Monday 27th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Skulduggery over Brexit


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    Saturday 25th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • More political game-playing


    WHEN the US State Department asserts that, because five Venezuelan-born, high-ranking officials of the US subsidiary of Venezuela’s PDVSA state-owned oil company carry US passports, they have rights under international law, it is correct.

    The fact that the US legal system has...

    Friday 24th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Damp squib of a Budget


    PHILIP HAMMOND’S address to the House of Commons was less a Budget speech than a PR exercise to try to improve the Tories’ image without spending too much.

    To this end he addressed problems highlighted by the parliamentary opposition or charities engaged in softening the...

    Wednesday 22nd Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Distortions of the truth in Ukraine


    UKRAINIAN President Petro Poroshenko led a ceremony in Kiev’s Independence Square yesterday, laying flowers and lighting candles to the memory of the “Heavenly Hundred” killed during anti-government protests that began in 2013.

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    Wednesday 22nd Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial


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