Much of the coverage of John Hutton's proposals for what amounts to a major attack on public sector pensions concentrates (rightly) on the planned...
What does the London School of Economics (LSE) have in common with Mariah Carey?
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seen. But it is clear that many...
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The TUC march against the cuts can become a springboard for strikes on a scale that can begin to break the government's austerity drive. Martin Smith looks at the debates inside the trade union...
"Day X for the NHS" on 9 March saw, for the first time in over a decade, 1,000 health workers taking to the streets of London. They came in scrubs and white coats, marching past the banks chanting...
The Tories want to do a lot more than just slash public spending. They want to fundamentally recast the nature of the relationship between the state and society. Charlie Kimber looks at what's at...
Libya's revolution faces stark choices. Simon Assaf looks at the roots of Gaddafi's regime and the danger posed by Western intervention
The arrival of Saudi Arabian troops has raised the stakes for Bahrain's fledgling revolution. Tim Nelson reports on the uprising in the Middle East's smallest state
Attacks on state employees in Wisconsin by Republican governor Scott Walker has reignited the class struggle, reports Phil Gasper
With David Cameron's words on multiculturalism still reverberating round the gutters, now's a good time to take a second look at the word "culture".
Thirty years ago the Brixton riots heralded a wave of unrest in Britain's inner cities that terrified our rulers and helped forge black and white unity
Mariam Green looks at how a revolution can split the army
Our occupation of Tahrir Square created a massive resistance-laden space for chants, songs, posters and placards. As the days passed, and as Hosni Mubarak refused to go, we became even more...
The US Civil War began 150 years ago in April 1861. It ended with the abolition of slavery in the Southern states. Mark L Thomas spoke to historian James McPherson about this turning point in US...
Gerrard Winstanley, introduced by Tony Benn
Simon Sebag Montefiore
Clare Solomon and Tania Palmieri (eds)
James D Cockcroft
The Adventures of Unemployed Man - A Bomb in Every Issue - Anne Frank - Conquered City
Director Jim Loach
Release date: 1 April
Director Jennifer Arnold
Release date: 15 April
Director Jerzy Skolimowski
Release date: 1 April
Release date: out now
This exhibition showcases over 200 objects from Afghanistan, many of them of great beauty, produced between 4,000 and 1,800 years ago
The Barbican, London
until 22 May
Bootleg Volume 2 - Willesden Green and Other Pictures - BFI - Of Gods and Men - Brighton Rock