The shock resignation of Alan Johnson as Labour's shadow chancellor and the appointment of Ed Balls to the post has brought to the fore Labour's...
Last month brought the revelation that at least four undercover police officers had been operating within the environmental and anti-capitalist...
Government plans to sell Britain's forests have run up against massive opposition from the public.
Global food prices are once again rising sharply. The UN Food and Agriculture Organisation's monthly index of agricultural commodity prices...
One Hyde Park, the new apartment block in Knightsbridge, will offer London some much needed new housing stock.
Israel's attack on the Gaza-bound aid ships in international waters which left nine activists dead last May was perfectly legal - according to...
From one whitewash to another. The Iraq Inquiry heard more evidence from Tony Blair.
The revolt in Tunisia has sent shivers down the spines of dictators across the region. Anne Alexander looks at the roots of the revolution and considers its broader implications, while Tunisian...
Pat Stack argues that the media frenzy about direct action at recent student protests is based on the assumption that state violence is legitimate - and that we don't have the right to win
The student protests and actions against corporate tax-dodgers have posed the question of how best to organise a movement against government cuts and fees. Mark L Thomas argues that coordinated...
With Silvio Berlusconi's government embroiled in fresh controversy, new struggles are taking off, writes Phil Rushton.
Libraries have become one of the expendable, junkable parts of modern capitalism.
The female workers among Birmingham's refuse collection staff have been underpaid for years. They rightly put in equal pay claims and claiming for back pay, and this can range from £30,000 to £60,...
LGBT history month was launched after the scrapping of the Tories' Section 28 legislation. But, six years on, Tory cuts will hit LGBT people hard.
Julie Sherry argues that the working class still has the power to change society.
What makes someone a great artist? Surely one of the criteria has to be to what extent they have revolutionised their art form. On that measure alone the trumpeter Miles Davis must be regarded as...
New Labour placed great emphasis on urban regeneration, but with deeply conflicting results. Owen Hatherley spoke to Alan Kenny and Jack Farmer about his new book and Britain's ruinous...
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Red April - Zeitoun - Memory Cage - I am a Bird
Director: Rowan Joffe, Release date: 4 February
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Director: David O Russell, Release date: 4 February
Director: Mohamed Al Daradji, Release date: 11 February
Director: Emmanuel Laurent, Release date: 11 February
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Director: Charles Ferguson, Release date: 18 February
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