IT IS inevitable that on some days donations for our Fund will be affected by the harsh realities of austerity on our readers and so their ability to respond as generously as they would want.
Hence I can report today a quiet collection of £159.
A reader in London has donated £10 only because his benefits have been slashed by this uncaring government.
A long-time reader in Rochdale has sent in the first £30 donation of what he hopes will be a monthly present for his favourite newspaper.
Online we have £5 from Dundee and £2 from Manchester but £111 in standing orders makes it a better picture.
My thanks to all of you.
Congratulations to the People’s Assembly which is mobilising nationwide protests calling on Phil the Tightwad to restore all benefits and lift the public service wage cap.
It is only by public work directly with those worst affected that we stand a chance of real change.
The history of the Morning Star is the history of struggle against exploitation by the people.
History is being made on a daily basis and this newspaper with your support will be an integral part of it.
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