As of 15 April, all petrol and diesel sold at British filling stations has to be blended with biofuels.
Campaigners have won a landmark legal case against the government over the halting of an investigation into allegedly corrupt arms deals with...
When Ken Livingstone lobbied for the 2012 Olympics he argued that the resulting investment was needed desperately by east London, as it had seen...
In April the International Monetary Fund dubbed the growing economic crisis "the largest financial shock since the Great Depression", leading to a...
Tesco in Thailand is suing a columnist for suggesting the supermarket chain "doesn't love Thais".
The average Londoner is captured some 300 times a day on CCTV cameras.
The events of 1968 inspired a generation and shaped struggles around the world for years to come. Chris Harman, a student activist at the time, looks back at this tumultuous year
What impact has the recent strike wave and protest had on Egyptian society? Egyptian revolutionary socialist Hossam el-Hamalawy argues that the struggles of the working class are central to the...
The deaths of 23 Chinese cockle pickers in 2004 exposed the appalling working conditions of thousands of migrants in Britain. Hsiao-Hung Pai, author of a new book, Chinese Whispers,...
Sixty years ago half of Palestine's population was expelled when the state of Israel was created. Acclaimed anti-Zionist historian Ilan Pappe looks at the legacy of the Nazi persecution of Jews,...
Sabby Sagall recently visited Palestine as part of a twinning project. Here he describes the daily struggles of Palestinians as they continue to resist the Israeli occupation.
April saw the right deal a devastating blow in the Italian elections. Phil Rushton looks at the reasons for the defeat and how the left can rebuild
When a journalist decides to "embed" they can only report on the unit they are with. They see what the unit sees, and limit themselves to what the military decides they will see.
Every night, all around the country, in the 21st century factories known as call centres, some 750,000 workers will breathe a collective sigh of relief as they get the signal that their shift has...
In their quest to see some of the best views of San Francisco, tourists dive into the lift that takes them to the top of the Coit Tower on Telegraph Hill and rush past a foyer full of beautiful...
There have been many revolutionary upheavals in the past century, each one unleashing the huge creative energy of millions of people.
I was interested to read Back On Track (Feature, Socialist Review, April 2008) about the effects of...
Martin Smith rescues the working class - of all ethnic backgrounds - from the garbage of the BBC's White Season (Feature, Socialist Review,...
Last month's article on Islamophobia (Feature, Socialist Review, April 2008) was an important counter to anti...
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