It seems incredible that 30 more peers are to be created in such austere times, when the House of Lords is already stuffed to the gills with an abundance of "yes" men, lackeys and politicians who have served themselves.
We already knew the Con-Dem partnership shows scant regard for the lives and welfare of the working people with the multi-millionaire Westminster club attempting to strip away health and safety legislation which is already among the weakest and most lacklustre in the developed world.
Relatively few women have had statues erected in their memory in London but, apart from numerous queens, those statues are in the main are well-deserved, including Florence Nightingale, Edith Cavell and Emmeline Pankhurst.
In response to Bill Banning's letter (M Star August 5) suggesting that we should all stick with Labour, I would reply that while I don't doubt the Labour Party activists are enthusiastic about having a socialist agenda, the problem seems to be the lack of commitment by Ed and co…
A gross lack of equity in the government's scheme of introduction of employment tribunal fees is that while the worker or employee has to pay a fee to file a claim, there is no charge on the employer to lodge a response.
Firstly let me admit that the Morning Star is my favourite newspaper. However after a number of years writing letters to the editor, some of which were deemed suitable for inclusion, I have recently looked further afield.
I note that due to the ingratitude of countries who have had US "freedom," "democracy" and ridding of "despotic dictators" thrust upon them and those to which the same is threatened, the US has had to close 21 embassies and put their ambassadors and personnel under lock down for fear…
How comes it, I find myself asking myself, that so many Star readers and writers feel entitled to employ the words of a first-century Jewish revolutionary to berate those of his followers who fall short of his teachings, while not subscribing to those teachings themselves?