Dedicated to the transmission of information in the political sphere, in Great Britain today the daily Morning Start is known. From the beginning his interests have revolved around defending the communist vision.
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Morning Start is a paid newspaper for those who share these communist interests. Your information is intended to defend and maintain a Marxist ideal in the region. It offers its subscribers the opportunity to learn deeply selected information from publishers in order to exclude democratic ideals from other parties.
The Beginning of a Communist Struggle
With the consent of the Communist Party of Great Britain, the Daily Worker newspaper was born in 1930. After going through the horrors of World War II, the Daily Worker sustained its work of defending the working class. Its pages would no longer be printed under the name Daily Worker, but its ideal would not be forgotten.
The last publication of the newspaper on April 23, 1966, surprised with the news of the opening of a new newspaper. The successor to this newspaper would have the task of keeping hope alive in the working class and defending communist ideals as had been done for 36 years.
Morning Star: the resurgence of a revolution
On April 25, 1966, two days after the old Daily Worker published its last edition, the Morning Start newspaper was born. The Soviet government gave its contributions for the maintenance of the printing press of this newspaper during the first years. He then began to receive large daily orders from Moscow, enabling him to meet the needs of the printer.
Fulfilling the legacy of its predecessor, the newspaper strongly opposed Eurocommunism during the first few years. But his loyalty would begin to crumble when it gave rise to a debate on the left under the direction of editor Tony Chater. Since then a cascade of events began that opposed the actions of the communist parties, promoting demonstrations and even giving way to the publication of leftist advertisements.
In 1984, the then editor of the newspaper refused to publish an article in honor of the anniversary of the death of Lenin, head of Soviet Russia. This event sparked the discontent of the CPGB who tried to evict him from the post, although it was not until 1995 that Chater left the post of his own free will.
John Haylett took office, reaffirming the legacy of the former Daily Worker, leading in the years that followed to the transmission of information by Labour parties.
A diary on the web
With the intention of maintaining the quality of its sales, Morning Start took a big step by creating its website, available to those who share this Marxist ideal.
To access their publications you must register and subscribe cancelling from 1 to 20 pounds per month. They offer a Basic package that will give you access to the general publications of the newspaper and a Premium package that also includes the daily PDF edition and access to the birds which is the day edition available from midnight.