New Labour is seriously concerned about its election prospects. One of the many fronts on which it is attempting damage limitation is the mounting...
Pigs. It's not an insult as such, but that depends on what it's referring to.
The working class in Greece is entering March in a very militant mood.
Fox News, Hugo Chavez and "tectonic weapons"
"In today's Conservative Party, it seems that it is easier to 'come out' as a homosexual than to come out as a climate sceptic," grumbles Tory MEP...
A new racist political group is organising on the streets. They call themselves the English Defence League, but who are they and what do they represent? Martin Smith investigates
The prospect of a Tory government will chill all who remember the 1980s. Yet bad as David Cameron promises to be, a victory for him need not herald a rerun of the Thatcher years. Ian Taylor begins...
Trade union branches including some from the RMT, Unite, the UCU and the CWU, were discussing backing a new left alternative to Labour last month.
The story of Helen Keller's "triumph over tragedy" is widely known. But her commitment to socialist activism was less known, writes Sasha Callaghan
Working class people are angry at Labour, but at the same time they are fearful of the prospect of a Tory government. Judith Orr responds to the arguments about Labour and the election
The "population bomb" is on the environmental agenda once more.
Over 20 years ago a friend said to me, "You really ought to catch this film Roger & Me. It's by a guy called Michael Moore and it's a very funny documentary about the closing of the GM motor...
The candidacy of New Anti-capitalist Party activist Ilham Moussaïd caused controversy in France because she chooses to wear a hijab. She spoke to Jim Wolfreys about challenging capitalism and...
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