Whatever happened to the 'Baghdad bounce?'
Tony Blair's government was due to announce the result of the Treasury's 'five economic tests on the euro' on 9 June, after bitter rows within New...
Supermarket labelling - Saddam Hussein's banjo sold on the internet - CBI's fat cat jargon - Tory website bargains
The last time there was a crisis in the international stockmarket they made a film about it.
Although Britain hosts just 2 percent of the world's refugees - 0.3 percent of its population - the asylum debate is imbued with a dangerous...
Education minister Charles Clarke's idea of school life as a 'magical experience' is not one that many school students - or their teachers or...
Cabinet resignations, backbench rebellions and increasing public anger are all making life difficult for the government. Rob Hoveman views the prospects for the left.
Carlo Morelli, Joe Hartney and Mike Gonzalez examine the success of the Scottish socialists, while Michael Lavalette explains how he won in Preston.
Although in the May 2003 local elections the British National Party (BNP) achieved the biggest fascist vote since the late 1970s - its 221 candidates polled around 100,000 votes - it failed to...
There is a golden opportunity for the trade union movement to revitalise itself, and rebuilding grassroots networks is the key.
Bryan Masters pays tribute to cameraman James Miller who was killed in Gaza last month.
Anger against Mubarak's regime is growing.
The third volume of Tony Cliff's selected writings is now available and contains this extract on the family, first published in 1984.
Lindsey German celebrates the re-release of 'The Leopard', the classic film about the conflict between the aristocracy and the bourgeoisie during the creation of Italy.
'It's been said that dreams are our road maps to the future. If so, where are we headed?' So starts the 'About Us' section of the Common Dreams website, www....
The only way to win a union election is to berate New Labour.
The recent election in Argentina teaches us lessons on how to organise.
Socialism without freedom is not worthy of the name.
Britain's filthy role in Northern Ireland is exposed by the Stakeknife affair.
Graeme Kemp and Alan Woodward (Letters, May SR) raise a number of interesting questions about the nature of workers' democracy.
Graeme Kemp and Alan Woodward (May SR) are quite right that my short piece on workers' democracy (April SR) left many questions unresolved.
John Rees's article (May SR) should be a starting point for an active debate about the tasks for socialists in the coming months.
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