Eurozone crisis: Spainish imposition
In Portugal two stages of austerity measures have been announced.
The bailout of Greece may have averted a eurozone meltdown, but it has opened rifts in the German ruling class who resent paying for Greek debt....
The revolt against the IMF-EU austerity package in Greece escalated with two general strikes in May.
In the wake of the BP oil spill into the Gulf of Mexico, Barack Obama poured scorn on the "cosy relationship" between Washington and the oil...
The coalition government hasn't wasted time in getting down to business.
To their dismay, the Tories failed to win a majority in the election, leaving Britain with a hung parliament. Labour was not wiped out, and, despite losing seats, Nick Clegg led the Lib Dems into...
After 13 years in office New Labour has been beaten. Pat Stack surveys the wreckage of a party that attacked its own voters.
Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg had quite a rollercoaster of an election campaign.
Many people feared a fascist breakthrough at this election. Alys Zaerin reports on the campaign that beat the BNP.
Anti-Muslim racism is on the increase. Dave Weltman looks at how Muslims have been scapegoated in Britain and across Europe.
Henry Moore's monumental artworks adorn forecourts and public spaces around the world. In this review of Tate Britain's new exhibition of Moore's work, John Molyneux discusses the political...
After the longest strike since 1933, cleaners, most of them from migrant backgrounds, won, writes Willem Dekker.
"These days, nobody seems able to 'keep it in their pants' or honour a commitment! Raising the question, is marriage still a viable option? I'm ashamed to admit that I myself have been married...
Journalists at the Johnston Press provincial newspaper group in England have joined a growing list of angry workers who have been denied the right to strike by High Court judges.
The leaders of eurozone countries are desperate to avert a full blown currency crisis, but they are divided by conflicting interests and fearful of workers fighting back.
All of a sudden the stage lights went out, police sirens wailed and their lights flickered across the stage. Slowly emerging from the dry ice stood six silhouetted Black Panther type figures...
Identity politics have increasingly come to shape political dialogue. Gary Younge, Guardian columnist and author of a new book on the subject, spoke to Esme Choonara about immigration, racism and...
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Tony Benn - Jewish People - Sunset Oasis - Climbing the Stairs
Director: Michael Winterbottom; Release date: 4 June
Director: Erik Gandini; Release date: 4 June
Director: Lindy Heymann; Release date: 4 June
Director: Jeff Stilson; Release date: 25 June
Writer: Jonathan Harvey; Liverpool Playhouse
Music is the most abstract of the arts yet it tells us truths about the world through its impact on our emotional life.
British Library; Until 19 September
A History of Hung Parliaments
Striking the Balance - Girl on the Train - Women without Men - Women, Power and Politics - Picasso
National Portrait Gallery, London