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Tuesday, 27 August 2013 01:00

No more new wars

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov's warning that any military action launched against Syria without UN security council agreement would contravene international law should be taken seriously.
Monday, 26 August 2013 01:00

No excuse for war on Syria

Britain and other imperialist states are in danger of sleepwalking their way into an unjustifiable military adventure in Syria that could engulf the entire region in flames.
Saturday, 24 August 2013 01:00

Time to clean up the house

There's a classic exercise in diversion going on right now with the Tories trying desperately to sidestep accusations of corruption surrounding their own party.
Friday, 23 August 2013 01:00

More zionist bias at Beeb

BBC4 is screening a Nigel Kennedy concert this evening in which he speaks up for Palestinian rights, but the national broadcaster has decided to censor his remarks.
Thursday, 22 August 2013 01:00

Get in the real world

Iain Duncan Smith's spokeswoman reckons that shadow work and pensions secretary Liam Byrne's speech on social security spending is "a last-ditch attempt" to hold onto his job.
Wednesday, 21 August 2013 01:00

Free us from the parasites

Millions of people may be languishing on council housing waiting lists, but house-building companies Persimmon and Bovis profits are booming, so all is well with the housing market.
Tuesday, 20 August 2013 01:00

A misuse of state power

David Cameron cannot be allowed to hide behind the excuse that the intimidatory detention of David Miranda is an "operational matter" and therefore solely for the police to decide on.
Saturday, 17 August 2013 01:00

Cuadrilla should ship out

Cuadrilla's decision to scale back its exploratory drilling operation in Balcombe is a victory for community mobilisation, but the battle against fracking has to continue.
Friday, 16 August 2013 01:00

The roots of Egypt's crisis

understandable horror at the scale of the bloodshed in Cairo should not blind us to the reality of Muslim Brotherhood responsibility for creating the current crisis.
Thursday, 15 August 2013 01:00

A generation without hope

Secondary school pupils receiving their A-level results in England and Wales tomorrow - Scottish students had theirs last week - are justified in worrying on two fronts.
Tuesday, 13 August 2013 01:00

Thames Water should stick it

If rubber-toothed "watchdog" Ofwat had an ounce of gumption it would tell Thames Water to stick its supplementary £29 rates demand where the sun doesn't shine.
Monday, 12 August 2013 01:00

No excusing anti-gay law

Russia's law banning so-called propaganda in favour of homosexuality is a repressive measure that cannot be justified.
Saturday, 10 August 2013 01:00

Housing nears catastrophy

The caricature of British society favoured by multimillionaires David Cameron and George Osborne shows feckless claimants sitting on their sofa or snoozing in bed as they wait for their benefits to be paid.
Wednesday, 07 August 2013 01:00

Metro workers show the way

Sixty Tyne & Wear Metro cleaners in north-east England fully deserve the pay victory they have achieved over their skinflint employers.
Tuesday, 06 August 2013 01:00

No justice for Tomlinson

Julia Tomlinson's rueful acceptance that a damages payout and apology from the Metropolitan Police is "as close as we are going to get to justice" for her unlawfully killed husband Ian is a sad reflection of police impunity.
Monday, 05 August 2013 01:00

A rebuttal to Tory lies

It's time for some common sense when it comes to our public services. And that means putting to bed the myths and lies that the right have been peddling for 30 years.
Saturday, 03 August 2013 01:00

A dangerous game to play

First they came for the sick, disabled and jobless, then they came for the public sector. Now the government is implementing some of the most dangerous and racially divisive policies on our streets for decades.
Friday, 02 August 2013 01:00

Zero-hours are a blight

Zero-hours contracts are a blight on modern working life. They leave workers subject to their bosses' every whim and at risk of exploitation and abuse.
Tuesday, 30 July 2013 01:00

Turn out the lights on Ofgem

The Morning Star wholeheartedly supports calls for toothless energy regulator Ofgem to be scrapped.
Monday, 29 July 2013 01:00

One law for the rich

One law for the rich, another for the poor. That's the rule the Con-Dems govern by.
Saturday, 27 July 2013 01:00

In tribute to Cuba

It took six years for Cuba's revolutionaries to gain state power following the starting shot in their war against the corrupt US-backed Batista regime 60 years ago.
Friday, 26 July 2013 01:00

Train guards are vital

In the grim world of the bean counters whose idea of efficiency actually means "on the cheap," axing guards on the London Overground is a simple administrative measure.
Thursday, 25 July 2013 01:00

A challenge thrown to the Blairites

Len McCluskey has thrown down the gauntlet and shown the Blairites that they will not be allowed to rip the guts out of the Labour Party without a fight.
Wednesday, 24 July 2013 01:00

A limited win for workers

Workers' lives have always been cheap in capitalist Britain.
Wednesday, 24 July 2013 01:00

Archbishops out of touch

Archbishops, eh? Stand around waiting for them to say something and then two come along at once.
Monday, 22 July 2013 01:00

Rare clarity from Salmond

Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond admits that in a post-independence scenario the nation cannot rely on North Sea revenues.
Friday, 19 July 2013 01:00

Nailing a big fat lie

When even Sir Ian Byatt, former top dog at toothless regulator Ofwat, smells a rat in the water industry you know something's amiss.
Thursday, 18 July 2013 01:00

Economy needs a fresh approach

No-one should be taken in by government claims that its massaged unemployment figures indicate an upturn in the economy.
Wednesday, 17 July 2013 01:00

A £100 billion vanity project

The Liberal Democrats' review of Britain's nuclear supposed deterrent is woolly even by that party's standards and is utterly worthless.
Tuesday, 16 July 2013 01:00

A shameless bid to divide our class

Iain Duncan Smith's benefit cap will save only an infinitesimal portion of the annual social security bill, but its importance lies elsewhere.
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