People left on hospital trolleys waiting for treatment; bosses recruiting non-union labour to break a legitimate strike, with a nod and a wink...
The international movement against capitalist globalisation faces two important tests. The first is the protests against the bosses' jamboree of...
Kodak website dispute - Insurance claims - China and the WTO
Last year the World Economic Forum (WEF), which had been meeting in Davos in Switzerland for decades, declared that it would hold its next...
The fall of Enron is a very British scandal because it relied on a British cast as well as friendships with Bush and Clinton to give it...
Thirty years after it happened, why is there still such a fuss about Bloody Sunday? 'Daily Telegraph' and 'Daily Mail' commentators rant and rage...
There is a growing radicalisation amongst workers in Britain.
RMT activist Greg Tucker explains how growing radicalisation is leading to a rift between New Labour and the unions.
Thirty years ago Britain's workers were on the offensive. We reprint an article from 'Socialist Worker' which explains how solidarity and socialist politics can strengthen the workers' movement....
Judith Orr explains why the state of Britain's railways is producing a political crisis for New Labour, while Gareth Jenkins blames years of underinvestment.
Distinguished writer Edward Said on a new initiative to end Israeli occupation of Palestine.
A potential nuclear conflict between India and Pakistan looms over the subcontinent. The flashpoint is the state of Kashmir.
The rail unions have built up some powerful muscle they can flex.
Can workers take control in Argentina? Chris Harman examines the evidence.
Why the British ruling class like nothing better than a complete failure.
The treatment of Afghan prisoners shows the brutal face of US imperialism.
Peter Morgan's article 'Tales From The Tabloids' (January SR) illustrates how during war the government, the military and the media collude in a reconstruction of truth.
Beijing is increasing its crackdown on Muslim separatists in the name of the global 'war against terrorism'.
After completing an essay on the question, 'Can there be objectivity in history?' and after reading Paul McGarr's review of EH Carr's 'What is History?' (January SR), I was rather angry and...
EH Carr was a liberal critic of capitalism who nevertheless had a good appreciation of the Marxist view of history. Nowhere was this clearer than in his recently republished classic, 'What is...
Could I make a couple of adjustments to Mike Gonzalez's article on 'Britishness' (January SR)?
All the points made by China Miéville (January SR) about the reactionary outlook underpinning the imaginary world of Middle Earth are spot on, and 'The Lord of the Rings' is certainly not the...
There is one point that I would like to disagree with in John Parrington's otherwise excellent article on human cloning (January SR).
I don't agree with Nigel Davey's review of David Lynch's new film, 'Mulholland Drive' (January SR).
The National Audit Office is investigating the transfer of services from Crawley Hospital to East Surrey.
With reference to the review of the book 'Rogue State' (January SR), it's high time someone did a British version.
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Joan Littlewood's Theatre Royal in Stratford, east London, revolutionised British theatre with shows such as 'Oh What a Lovely War', 'The Hostage' and 'A Taste of Honey'. Peter Gee spoke to the...
Review of 'The Island' by Athol Fugard, John Kani and Winston Ntshona, Soho Theatre, London
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