Joseph Choonara opens our coverage of the spending review, arguing that George Osborne's plans expose the lie that "we're all in it together".
With the poorest set to suffer most from cuts, Danny Dorling looks at the damage the spending review will do to the lives of millions.
Economist Graham Turner gives his assessment of the austerity plans and their wider significance.
The spending review comes at a time of high international tension, as governments around the world compete to escape economic ruin. Jane Hardy...
"On Monday we strike, on Tuesday we strike, on Wednesday we strike, on Thursday, Friday and Saturday too - and it'll only be over when we've won...
Italy - Germany - Portugal - Spain
Across Europe austerity is being imposed - but it is often met with resistance. Nikos Loudos draws lessons from the explosive struggles of Greek...
Lord Browne's recommendation of unlimited tuition fees and the introduction of the free market into universities constitutes a devastating assault on access to education by working class people....
Since the passing of the Academies Act in July 2010 a new wave of privatisation has been unleashed on our schools. Conversion of outstanding schools to academies or the creation of new "free"...
Frank Crichlow, a life-long anti-racist from west London, died recently. In a hitherto unseen interview from 1995, he spoke to Hassan Mahamdallie about his life.
Travelling communities have suffered bigotry and attacks for centuries - frequently characterised as petty criminals, they are seen as a soft target whose culture and way of life are illegitimate...
The policy towards Roma communities led by French president Nicolas Sarkozy and his minister of immigration, integration and national identity, Eric Besson, has provoked international outrage....
At times the Labour Party leadership contest seemed to go on forever.
The entrapment and eventual release of 33 Chilean miners provoked a media frenzy. But beneath the self-serving sympathy of Chile's politicians lies the real story of solidarity.
Porridge was a wonderful 1970s sitcom about life in prison.
In his previous book, Deer Hunting with Jesus, Joe Bageant took on the media's portrayal of the "redneck" community he grew up in. He talks to Patrick Ward about his new memoir, Rainbow Pie.
The Obama Syndrome (Tariq Ali) is published by Verso, £9.99. Obama's Wars (Bob Woodward) is published by Simon and Schuster, £20.
Jonathan Franzen, Fourth Estate, £20
Elaheh Rostami-Povey, Zed Books, £18.99
Lawrence Archer and Fiona Bawdon, Pluto, £13
Polly Toynbee and David Walker, Granta, £18.99
Merilyn Moos, Cressida, £9.99
Irving Bernstein, Haymarket, £17.99/£20
Nick Turse (ed), Verso, £9.99
Derek Wall, Pluto, £12.99
Iain M Banks, Orbit, £18.99
Shir Hever, Pluto, £17.99
Susan George, Polity Press, £14.99
Meltdown - Close to the Sun - Dissent - Iron Man
Director: Matt Reeves; Release date: 5 November
Director: Olivier Assayas; Release date: out now
Director: Rikki Beadle-Blair; Release date: out now
This sumptuous four-DVD box set produced by the British Film Institute (BFI) contains 34 rare documentary films from the post-war period.
Tate Modern, until January 2011
Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art
London Jazz - Metropolis - Larsson - Pinter - Shun-Kin