"The Tories can reduce the deficit without a rise in VAT," boasted George Osborne to the Daily Telegraph on 6 April. "The plans we set out...
The budget was a big gamble for the ruling class. The government has gone on an all out assault against the working class.
The first budget of the "progressive" coalition government saw George Osborne promise massive cuts for the poorest in society while offering tax...
After taking a short break to allow their friends in the Nazi British National Party (BNP) to have a free hand in the general election, the racist...
Online polling company YouGov has become a staple for much of the media, but how reliable is it?
BP may not have been able to plug the oil leak from the Deepwater Horizon disaster, but it's good at plugging its own brand.
What made our photographs on Bloody Sunday so important was the fact that there were only two photojournalists on the spot, myself and the Frenchman Gilles Peress, when the Paras came in shooting...
On 31 May Israeli commandos attacked a flotilla of ships carrying aid to Gaza, killing nine people and injuring dozens more. Kevin Ovenden from Viva Palestina recounts the horror of the attack and...
On 20 April a massive explosion at BP's Deepwater Horizon oil rig caused the deaths of 11 workers and precipitated one of the most catastrophic oil spills in history. Mark Bergfeld argues that...
Queer politics are influential in LGBT liberation movements. Should this be embraced or is it an obstacle to taking the fight forward? We present the cases for and against.
The flotilla attack sparked protests and solidarity worldwide. Phil Marfleet reports on the growing Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement, which can offer a focus for solidarity with...
The siege began in 2006. In 2007, when Hamas took full control of Gaza, the siege stopped being only an economic embargo - a comprehensive siege was imposed. All aspects of life were harmed.
After the recent suicides of ten Foxconn workers, Li Qiang reports on conditions at the iPhone sweatshop.
The war in Afghanistan is in crisis - the US postponed the summer offensive and the split between Hamid Karzai and the occupation forces worsens.
The new government has launched a "radical reform" plan to expand the academies programme and introduce "free" schools. This threatens the future of state education by entrenching social...
Poor Henri de Toulouse Lautrec, dogged by a terrible genetic illness and a film of his life (Moulin Rouge) which probably undermined his reputation for a whole generation.
Journalist and socialist Eamonn McCann witnessed the Bloody Sunday massacre in 1972, when British soldiers killed 14 demonstrators in Derry. He spoke to Judith Orr about the long campaign for...
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