Tens of thousands are set to gather in London on 19 March for the next big anti-war demonstration. The anti-war movement must now gear itself up...
The promised panacea of processed supermarket food tastes more unpleasant than ever with the discovery that hundreds of products have been...
The pension revolt gathers strength.
Nothing better illustrates the utter cynicism at the heart of New Labour than the timing of its decision to launch an all-out assault on public...
The changes that New Labour is proposing to the NHS pension scheme have provoked real anger among health workers.
The IRA's recent withdrawal of their offer to put their arms 'beyond use' might have been expected to cause widespread panic about the future of...
It was just before 1pm on Monday 14 February when the sunlight suddenly became sharper, my office building in east Beirut shook and a horrific...
Long before George Bush declared a 'war on terror' in September 2001, Britain already had a head start with its own anti-terror laws. But its...
A new protest movement has emerged which challenges the priorities of the G8, as Chris Nineham explains.
The solutions put forward at a recent conference on climate change in Exeter are inadequate, writes Ian Rappel. Our ...
Leading figures in the Stop the War Coalition Andrew Murray and Lindsey German have just written a compelling account of this unique movement. Here we print extracts from their book.
Paul Foot's final book The Vote: How It was Won and How It was Undermined is a splendid piece of historical writing, says Ian Birchall.
Mergers aren't all they are cracked up to be.
Migrants face violence, intimidation and insecurity when working in Britain - so says a new report released by the TUC. Peter Morgan spoke to Bridget Anderson, one of the report's authors.
Both the main parties are feeding a new generation of racist myths over the issue of asylum.
The facts to undermine the racist myths, and useful links for more information.
New Labour is presenting its attack on pensions as a necessary response to the ageing of the population. But in reality something else is at stake - the latest stage in ratcheting up the stakes in...
Mike Davis pays tribute to Malcolm X, killed forty years ago
Corporations are finding new ways to dominate search indexes.
The latest royal doings provoke our columnist.
Patrick Connellan, 'Thought for the Play' (February SR), is far too one-sided in his survey of all that he...
Patrick Connellan makes some strong points concerning freedom of expression and opposition to censorship ('Thought for the Play',...
I was disappointed by Patrick Connellan's article about the play Behzti ('Thought for the Play', February SR...
The Aviator is an accomplished piece of cinema, but Stephen Philip is right to criticise its politics (Movie News,...
Ian McEwan's new novel doesn't live up to the hype.
Review of 'Soweto Blues', Gwen Ansell, Continuum £14.99
Review of 'So Now Who Do We Vote For?', John Harris, Faber £7.99
Review of 'Torture and Truth', Mark Danner, Granta £16.99
Review of 'The Russian Roots of Nazism', Michael Kellogg, Cambridge University Press £45
Review of 'The Fall of Baghdad', Jon Lee Anderson, Little Brown £14.99
Review of 'Diet for a Dead Planet', Christopher D Cook, New Press £14.99
Left books about women - Books from skips - House of Bush, House of Saud - Lev Kamenev - Australian women - Against the war
Judith Orr takes on the right wing moralisers - review of 'Kinsey', director Bill Condon
Review of 'Life is a Miracle', director Emir Kusturica
The Chorus - 9 Songs - 70s American cinema
Review of 'Wild East' by April de Angelis, Royal Court, London
Review of 'The Tempest' by William Shakespeare, Southwark Playhouse, London
Review of 'A Dream Play' by August Strindberg, National Theatre, London
Review of 'La Clemenza di Tito', David McVicar, English National Opera, London and 'The Magic Flute', David McVicar, Royal Opera House, London
Review of 'The Writing on the Wall', Tony Benn and Roy Bailey
Review of 'Africa Remix', Hayward Gallery, London until 17 April