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  • It’s time to get your coat, Patel


    EVEN as Theresa May finally sees no real alternative but to sack Priti Patel, she still oozes weakness because everyone knows this isn’t her favoured option.

    She has been reeling since her ill-judged bid to win a landslide parliamentary majority blew up in her face, leaving...

    Thursday 9th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Ministers are running amok


    THERESA MAY’S reluctance to hold Priti Patel to account for unauthorised meetings with the Israeli prime minister illustrate her utter powerlessness as PM.

    Ministers can evidently now make up policy on the hoof and conduct the country’s foreign relations without reference...

    Wednesday 8th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Tax dodging is killing Britain’s public services


    BBC royal correspondent Nicholas Witchell is certain, as only a sycophant can be, that salting £10 million of the Queen’s fortune in Bermuda is not about tax dodging.

    Perhaps because neither the Queen nor the Duchy of Lancaster, which invests Crown wealth, is legally...

    Tuesday 7th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • The Russian Revolution: an inspiration then and now


    WHY should Britain’s media, so apparently divided on key political issues, be united in viewing the October 1917 revolution in Russia as not worth celebrating?

    Saturday 4th Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • A meaningless British mantra on Palestine


    BRITISH prime ministers make a fetish of announcing, when welcoming Israeli leaders, that they back a two-state solution and see Tel Aviv’s illegal West Bank settlements as an obstacle to peace.

    Having ticked those boxes, they get on with the real business of boosting military...

    Friday 3rd Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Is May trying to mislead us over tax?


    Britain's richest aren't shouldering the biggest burden, Prime Minister

    Thursday 2nd Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • The poor fund poverty wages


    LAST week’s report from the Union Bank of Switzerland on billionaire wealth calculated that there are just over 1,500 billionaires globally.

    Last year their wealth increased by 20 per cent and now amounts to just over six trillion dollars — that is, more than double the...

    Wednesday 1st Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • The cuts bleed Bradford dry


    HUNDREDS of jobs in children’s services face the axe in Bradford, the Morning Star learns even as a new survey reveals councils across the land are already failing the young.

    Bradford has been bleeding for years, with jobs lost at libraries, in adult social care, police community...

    Tuesday 31st Oct 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Sexism is no laughing matter


    MEDIA and politicians are belatedly turning their attention to sexual harassment, recognising it as a problem to be tackled urgently.

    People may wonder why it took the furore engendered by a tidal wave of allegations against US film producer Harvey Weinstein for the issue to be treated...

    Monday 30th Oct 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Rajoy fans the flames


    SPAIN’S conservative Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy urged all Spanish citizens to remain calm yesterday following the Catalan parliament’s vote for independence, but it is his government that has fuelled mass disquiet.

    Whatever the percentage of Catalans committed to...

    Saturday 28th Oct 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial


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