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Morning Star 27 Mar 2017 10:54 #98

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Probably one of the more balanced and trusted news outlets. Morning Star

What are you reading ?
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Morning Star 27 Mar 2017 12:12 #102

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Never buy a paper but look at my local Gazette online, the odd time i do buy a paper there's nothing in there worth reading apart from the sport.
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Morning Star 27 Mar 2017 14:21 #111

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I read the morning Star [ Online ;) ] Best bits get Copy/Pasted into this Forum. B)
In "Politics and Resistance" Section.
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Morning Star 01 May 2017 12:02 #2213

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Mary Griffiths Clarke: Why I Read The Morning Star
OCT 2014 Friday 24TH posted by Morning Star in Features

Mary Griffiths Clarke is prospective parliamentary candidate for Dwyfor Meirionnydd and co-chair of Disability Labour
I read the Morning Star, not only because I find the wide range of articles by its passionate and articulate writers engaging and relevant to my own interests, but because I know that ethically this newspaper is sound.

Unlike other newspapers, the Morning Star doesn’t pander to the rich, it doesn’t do back-door deals with politicians and big business.
It doesn’t bug celebrity phones or undertake equally dodgy practices that scrape the bottom of the journalistic barrel.

Advertising is minimal and income is generated through subscriptions and sales. This gives a level of transparency and honesty to its readers that other newspapers cannot.

The fact that the Morning Star is operated on a reader-owned co-operative basis is commendable. It means that anyone can become part of the paper.

Not only is it talking the talk, it is walking the walk by genuinely putting people first.
www.morningstaronline.co.uk/a-2b7a-Mary-Griffiths-Clarke-Why-I-read-the-Morning-Star#.WQcVDPnysdU
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Morning Star 01 May 2017 12:27 #2215

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You Are The Ones Who Keep Us Aloft

MAY 2017 Monday 1ST

FROM our very first issue in 1930, the Morning Star has run a Fighting Fund to bridge the gap between income from sales and the cost of producing the only English-language daily paper committed to socialism.
For the capitalist press, this gap is bridged by massive commercial advertising or subsidy by offshore-registered multibillionaire owners.
The Morning Star receives no commercial advertising at all. We are even boycotted by government and local authorities who refuse to place information advertising.
The ruling class want to wipe the Morning Star off the face of this Earth and tries to strangle us financially in order to do this.
Our Fighting Fund enables our readers to resist our enemies by raising the money we need to publish every day.

More Here;
www.morningstaronline.co.uk/a-1f44-You-are-the-ones-who-keep-us-aloft#.WQcbFPnysdU
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