The resignation, when it came, was widely expected. The decision by Stephen Byers to quit the government has cheered everyone who is sick of the...
In the trade union equivalent of a right wing coup, Barry Reamsbottom and his 'moderate' cronies on the PCS union national executive (NEC) are...
Nigerian electricity company begs for calm - Far right Colombian paramilitaries launch complaints website - Nasa advertises on internet for space...
Some 54 percent of the 24 million registered voters stayed at home in Colombia's presidential election last month.
'Culture' minister Tessa Jowell's new media bill, released last month, lets the market rip through the television industry, with Rupert Murdoch...
The possibility of war between India and Pakistan refutes the idea that nuclear weapons act as a deterrent.
The chickens are coming home to roost. Far from the 'war against terrorism' making the world a safer place, its consequences are leading to the threat of more wars and devastation. India and...
The crisis in Europe has allowed the far right a hearing, but it's also led to a resurgence of the left.
Today's fascists stand in the tradition of their Nazi forefathers.
Luciano Muhlbauer invites you to join thousands of others at the European Social Forum in Florence later this year.
Punk was the perfect antidote to the 1977 jubilee, because it stuck two fingers up to the establishment.
Ian Birchall explains why he is not impressed by recent attempts to rehabilitate the monarchy.
Discrimination against Palestinians runs through the state of Israel. Sabby Sagall traces its origins.
New Labour's favourite union leader is facing problems in the forthcoming election.
It was wrong to call for a vote for Chirac against Le Pen in the recent French elections.
There's nothing respectable about appeasing the Nazis.
On a recent visit to Beirut I had the opportunity to see for myself the last 10 days of the sit-in reported in last month's issue (May SR) and speak to some of the activists involved in the...
The coverage on Palestine and the Middle East (May SR) was excellent. Palestine is now a key fault line in US imperialism's effort to establish 'full spectrum dominance' around the world.
At last month's Globalise Resistance conference in London, and at the European Social Forum mobilising committee meetings in London, proposals have been put (and defeated) about setting up an...
The Walrus was right to point out that the bosses are worried about the issue of London weighting (May SR).
Chris Talbot's review of Cosmology by Peter Coles (April SR) made far too many concessions to the idealist theories that now appear to dominate modern physics.
One of the most active groups in modern society is the pensioners' movement.
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Review of 'Privatising Culture', Chin-tao Wu, Verso £20.00
Review of 'The World We're In', Will Hutton, Little Brown £17.99
Review of 'The Myth of the Holy Cow', Dwijendra Narayan Jha, Verso £16.00
Review of 'From Immigration Controls to Welfare Controls', eds. Steve Cohen, Beth Humphries and Ed Mynott, Routledge £17.99
Review of 'Love Me or Kill Me', Graham Saunders, Manchester University Press, £14.99
Review of 'The Best Democracy Money Can Buy', Greg Palast, Pluto £18.99
Review of 'Biggie and Tupac', director Nick Broomfield
Review of 'I'm Going Home', director Manoel de Oliveira
Review of 'The Majestic', director Frank Darabont
The trauma of ER is not just medical. Mike Gonzalez gives a diagnosis.
Review of 'Homebody/Kabul' by Tony Kushner, Young Vic, London
Review of 'The PowerBook' by Jeanette Winterson, National Theatre, London
Review of 'Vincent in Brixton' by Nicholas Wright, Cottesloe Theatre, London
Review of 'Bacchai' by Euripides, National Theatre, London
The Arcola Theatre has established a reputation for bold and imaginative productions. Open for just over a year it occupies a disused warehouse in one of London's poorest boroughs, Hackney. Peter...
Review of exhibition 'Matisse Picasso' at Tate Modern, London
Review of exhibition 'Game On' at the Barbican, until 15 September and transfers to the Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh, in October
Review of Manchester Art Gallery, Mosely Street, Manchester