'The Al Qaida plot to poison Britain'. That was how the Times reported the raid on a north London flat in January 2003 that had supposedly...
The war in Iraq, declare the pollsters and some press 'experts', is not an issue that registers high on the list of voters' concerns in the...
Opposition to the EU has shocked the French right.
The man who according to Forbes magazine is the 25th richest person in the world seems to be having a few problems lately.
More people than ever before are planning to vote by post in the general election - but how secure are postal votes?
'Kifaya' (enough) is the name chosen by the democracy movement in Egypt. It has already struck a chord with millions who have endured almost 25...
A Barclays Bank report released in mid-April found that students graduating this year will owe a total of £2.46 billion, £13,501 on average, an...
Over 10,000 people packed Westminster in mid-April for a Trade Justice protest.
Ex-ministers are making big money from consultancies.
The supermarket giant Tesco announced record profits last month of £2 billion. Yet a report by ActionAid reveals the appalling conditions of...
Respect's national secretary John Rees explains why 5 May is so important to the further revival of the left in Britain.
Exclusive excerpts from Respect candidate for West Ham Lindsey German's campaign blog.
Janet Alder explains why getting justice for her brother is part of a wider struggle.
Judy Cox meets the others.
New Labour put the market before jobs, argues The Walrus.
Upheavals in the former Soviet Empire have added to Vladimir Putin's headaches.
Dave Crouch analyses the March popular revolt in Kyrgyzstan.
Dragan Plavsic looks at the bloody parallels between the Balkans and Iraq.
Steven Spielberg's forthcoming adaptation of The War of the Worlds prompts Mark Bould to take a critical look at the work of HG Wells.
Julian Stallabrass reviews the work of John Berger.
Elections are one thing - the revolutionary party is another.
Tensions are mounting as the housing bubble nears its limits.
Beware the dangers of gambling online.
John Paul II's social conservatism should not be taken as gospel.
I totally agree with Tom Wall's article ('A Licence for Persecution', April SR), and will be supporting Asbo...
While I agree with John Appleyard (Letters, April SR) on the motives of the trade union bureaucracy in...
I would like to make a comment on two aspects of the letter by John Newsinger on Howard Hughes ('Fanciful Flight of the Aviator',...
I have just returned to reading your web pages after a delay caused by an Ofsted inspection at my school.
The ANC has failed to deliver.
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Emma Bircham on a disturbing tale of modern America.
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