Suddenly, the government seems to be reeling from a number blows. Already embroiled in a bitter row over Andrew Lansley's plans to accelerate the...
Think austerity is inevitable because there simply isn't enough money? Think again.
"A spirit of anti-capitalism stalks the land, a fire-breathing beast that has shrivelled Stephen Hester's bonus in its nostril-blast, and scorched...
Electricians have won a stunning victory which should give hope to us all. After a six-month-long battle they have defeated the wage-cutting plans...
The wheels continue to come off at News International. James Murdoch's resignation as executive chairman is the latest blow. It came a few days...
Greeks must accept austerity, it is often argued, because the alternative would be worse. Sotiris Kontogiannis argues for a workers' default against the bankers
The government is in serious trouble over its plans for the National Health Service. Gill George explains exactly how the bill is intended to destroy the NHS as we know it
As the French presidential elections near, Sylvestre Jaffard charts the declining fortunes of Nicolas Sarkozy and looks at the dangers from the right, with the fascist Marine Le Pen buoyed by the...
International Women's Day, 8 March, was established by socialists to celebrate the struggles of working class women. We look at how the fight for women's liberation and revolution has gone hand in...
Both those who call for intervention and those who condemn the revolution in Syria are wrong. Jamie Allinson argues that Syrians can liberate themselves
Miriyam Aouragh dismisses the claim that a revolution in Syria would be a disaster for the Palestinians
A call for a general strike in Egypt on 11 February didn't produce the desired effect. Yet the current strike wave shows no signs of abating. Anne Alexander looks at the strengths and weaknesses...
Rizwan Atta looks at the growing tensions between the US and Pakistan and the outbreak of struggles from below
Does money make the world go round?
If you thought racism in football was as outdated as Kevin Keegan's bubble perm or Chris Waddle's mullet haircut, then recent events will have been a real wake-up call.
Director: Michael Winterbottom
Director: Lelia Doolan
Tate Britain, London