The Morning Star's industrial reporter CONRAD LANDIN looks at a bafflingly amateurish effort to mobilise the (24+) ‘youth’ vote
Tuesday 29th Aug 2017
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
IT IS easy to mock the embarrassing efforts of Activate, the “independent national grassroots campaigning organisation” aiming to win back the nation’s youth for the Conservatives.Its initial tweet, a meme of a Star Wars character from 1983’s Return of the...
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
LABOUR’S conference will once again play host to a festival of radical politics and culture, campaigning left-wing organisation Momentum announced yesterday.
The group said its The World Transformed event, which launched at the party conference in Liverpool last year, would...
Friday 11th Aug 2017
LABOUR pressed for a gaping “class-shaped hole” in performing arts to be addressed by the government and the creative industries yesterday, warning “we’ll all be poorer” if progress is not made.
In a report published yesterday, the party found that the...
Thursday 10th Aug 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
The report into the ‘gig economy’ recognises some of the problems but the solutions it proposes are utterly worthless to improve conditions, writes TIM ROACHE
Saturday 15th Jul 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
LABOUR accused the Tories yesterday of failing to tackle racism in public services after the government delayed the publication of an “explosive” report into the issue.
Friday 14th Jul 2017
Selecting our MPs at local level would be one way to ensure Labour remains in tune with its members, writes SOLOMON HUGHES
ACCESS to tariff-free trade arrangements with the EU would be prioritised by a Labour government, according to the shadow Cabinet Office minister.
Jon Trickett told BBC1’s Sunday Politics programme: “We’re not going to say that we have to do one thing or other in...
Monday 26th Jun 2017
Osborne says PM insisted foreigners be used as bargaining chips
Saturday 24th Jun 2017
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
LORD SAINSBURY will stop funding Blairite group Progress, the billionaire supermarket tycoon revealed yesterday.
The peer said he would now be concentrating on “non-political causes” including charities after two decades as a key donor to the New Labour think tank.