As it is national Dragonfly Week PETER FROST investigates these complex, intriguing and, at the same time, beautiful insects bequeathed to us by most distant prehistory
Friday 21st Jul 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
IT WAS with great sadness this week that we learned of GMB’s national president Mary Turner passing away after a typically brave fight against cancer.
To say Mary was a GMB institution would be understating it.
I have often described her as the “beating heart”...
Media attacks on the Labour leader as some Marxist Messiah are part of a concerted campaign to attack the personality, not the policies, argues SOLOMON HUGHES
The renewable energy revolution is upon us and we must seize it despite energy monopolies’ best efforts to sabotage it, writes JOE GILL
We’re operating in new circumstances, DAVE WARD tells the Star, and it’s time the movement stepped up
Thursday 20th Jul 2017
posted by Ben Chacko in Features
It is time the Tory government put its money where its mouth is and brought the justice that is long overdue to the families of the innocent killed during the Northern Ireland Troubles, writes Richard Rudkin
A study of five instances the right-wing opposition have been anti-democratic in Venezuela shows their real nature, writes Susan Grey
BEN STEVENSON explains why unions and disability rights campaigners are demanding the right to ride
MIRIAM BINDER says travelling is a nightmare for disabled passengers – and it’s getting worse
After years of disengagement, the last election proved that young people are interested in politics, says LAUREN STOCKS
Wednesday 19th Jul 2017