Main Page | See live article | Alphabetical index

The Morning Star

The Morning Star is a communist, British, daily newspaper. It was founded in 1930 and was called the Daily Worker until 1966.

It has regular columns from current and former Labour MPs Tony Benn, Jeremy Corbyn and Ken Livingstone.

The Morning Star is connected to and supported by the Communist Party of Britain. The editorship of the paper were part of the group that left the Communist Party of Great Britain in 1988 to found the CPB, taking the paper with them.

Unlike many socialist newspapers, it is not concentrated on politics to the exclusion of everything else. It features sports pages, tv pages, and a crossword.

External links

This article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by fixing it.
The Morning Star is also a synonym for the planet Venus.
The Morning Star is also a name for Lucifer, or Satan.