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  • You’re forgiven for gloating


    AS THE Tories fight each other like ferrets in a transparent sack, Labour leaders can be forgiven a little glee at the spectacle.

    For two years, the Establishment and right-wing media — helped by some Labour MPs — have been traducing Jeremy Corbyn and his team on a grand...

    Monday 9th Oct 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • A welcome Peace Prize that may rehabilitate the Nobel committee


    Campaigning for a world free of nuclear weapons has never been more necessary

    Friday 6th Oct 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Let’s be rid of the parasites


    LORD Kerr of Kinlochard’s observation that Tory divisions over Brexit might prompt an early general election by the end of next year could seem unduly cautious.

    After all, an upbeat, policy-packed and disciplined Labour Party conference has just been followed by a Conservative...

    Friday 6th Oct 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • A catastrophe of a speech


    SUCCESSFUL politicians require policies that command public backing and gain popular traction through a credible campaign, but they also need a large slice of luck and Theresa May’s has run out.

    No-one could have foreseen that the Tories’ expensive private security firm...

    Thursday 5th Oct 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Vainglorious Fallon promises more money for war


    WHAT a vainglorious figure Defence Secretary Michael Fallon cut at the Tory conference, railing against “Russian aggression” and boasting about Britain’s military potential.

    Wednesday 4th Oct 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Hammond is living in fantasy land


    FOR ALL the harping on about Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson being the least competent member of the Tory Cabinet — and he has a fair claim to the title — Chancellor Philip Hammond was determined yesterday to give him a run for his money.

    In his speech to the Tory...

    Tuesday 3rd Oct 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Self-defeating repression in Spain


    Repression of the Catalan regional government’s independence referendum by Guardia Civil paramilitary police would have drawn sharp criticism from the European Union and member states had it occurred outside the EU.

    Clubbing, tear-gassing and firing rubber bullets at people...

    Sunday 1st Oct 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • May’s a dead woman walking


    Theresa May insists that her Cabinet is united behind her, evoking echoes of Roman senators who united behind Julius Caesar before using his back as a knife block.

    Her position is little better, facing ritual humiliation at the hands of Boris Johnson whenever she asserts her...

    Sunday 1st Oct 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Keeping up the pressure on May


    CONGRATULATIONS to all labour movement activists descending on Manchester for Sunday’s national mobilisation against the Tories called by the People’s Assembly Against Austerity.

    Theresa May flirted before the general election with populist proposals to cap energy prices...

    Saturday 30th Sep 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

  • Weasel words from the PM


    THERESA MAY was among friends as she delivered her eulogy to free-market capitalism at the Bank of England, but a chillier reception awaits her in the real world.

    The Prime Minister didn’t mention Jeremy Corbyn’s name, but her attempt to link him with advocacy of...

    Friday 29th Sep 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial


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