Morning Star marks WW1 centenary

The Morning Star is publishing an international pullout this weekend to mark the centenery of World War 1 with views and analysis which breaks with the establishment consensus and offers a socialist perspective on the bloodshed, putting the record straight.

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MORNING STAR - Major Summer of Heroes campaign

From the bowl-makers of Sheffield to the street-sellers of Scotland — the Morning Star needs you. Star Organiser, David Peel, outlines a Summer of Heroes fundraising drive to secure a future of growth for the only paper that’s on the side of working people day in, day out.

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The Star historical successor to the Daily Worker is in its eigth decade of production only broken momentarily by a government ban during part of world war two. The Star is acknowledged as the worker's champion - called a "penny Times' by Winston Churchill in Parliament. It is available in thousands of outlets on the day of publication, throughout Britain. And it is now available online by subscription.

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Contains all the same news, features and sport as the printed paper, the Morning Star e-edition is now available at the touch of a button wherever you are in the world. Read your paper on the go, browse back issues, or even print your own copy. Simple to buy, easy on the eye, the e-edition is presented in high resolution PDF to ensure a sharp and satisfying read.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is an e-edition??
An e-edition is a digital version of the Morning Star's print edition packaged in PDF format. All formatting, text, images and page furniture is preserved exactly as it appears in the paper version.

What do I need to read e-editions?
Our e-editions are prepared in Adobe's PDF format. You can read the files using the free Adobe Acrobat Reader tool on PC, Mac and Linux systems. Macs, iPads, iPhones, Kindles and many other digital devices have built-in PDF readers and will not require any additional software.

When can I read the e-editions?
Our PDFs generally go live at a minute after midnight on the morning of publication. For example, the file for the 12 March will be available from 00:01 on 12 March. They will remain available for the duration of your subscription.

Can I keep e-editions that I've downloaded?
Yes, our PDFs are unencrypted, which means you will never need a password to read them and you can make as many copies on your device for your personal use as you like. You may not distribute these files without explicit written permission from the Morning Star.

Can I print out the e-edition?
Yes, you are free to print any part of the files for your own personal use. Again, it is prohibited to distribute these print outs.

Can I use my login from the Morning Star Shop?
Currently no, though we are working on this. You will have to create an account on this site in order to subscribe and read our digital editions, but you are free to use the same email address to register.

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LEICESTER: Support to the people's paper

On Saturday 1 September it was standing room only for latecomers to the Shaheed Bhagat Singh Centre in Leicester, local headquarters of the Indian Workers' Association. 

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