Does it matter that Boris Johnson’s newly appointed cabinet is said to be more ethnically diverse than any of its predecessors?
Brexit will be Boris Johnson’s first and unavoidable test.
Peter Bornshin suffered sexual abuse while in the care of social services in the early 1980s. He was tormented by his experiences at the Grafton Close Children’s Home, west London.
The crisis of the neoliberal order accelerates by the week.
LGBT+ education is under attack. That was the message from a BBC Panorama programme this week.
The main party of British capitalism is gripped by its most serious crisis in almost a century
The third police spy who targeted those fighting for justice for Stephen Lawrence has been named.
Israel is desperate to hide its bloody, racist history. Israeli newspaper Haaretz revealed last week that Israel’s defence ministry has been quietly hiding, removing and censoring documents for more than a decade.
Tory leadership rivals Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt are competing to be the most racist, bigoted friend of the rich.
Simon Basketter looks at what the news that Britain is receiving cash from frozen assets shows about imperialism
The horrific death of an African person was trivialised by most of the media
In 2019 it is more urgent than ever that we fight for socialism.
The G20 has become a venue for the struggle between the two giants of the global economy, the United States and China.
This new Rebel’s Guide is a critical tool for understanding the struggle today, argues Gabby Thorpe
Richard Greeman, a Marxist writer and activist best known for his work on Victor Serge, reports from France
A new report from The Sutton Trust this week showed that 39 percent of the Tory cabinet were privately educated. Just 7 percent of the population as a whole go through the same system.
Much of northern Europe was set to experience a punishing heatwave this week.
The 71st anniversary last Saturday of the arrival of the Empire Windrush saw the government desperately trying to escape the shadow of last year’s scandal.
The Tories have conveniently discovered their social conscience as the party leadership election hots up.
Tory leadership hopeful Boris Johnson famously said he would “lie down in front of those bulldozers and stop the construction” of Heathrow airport’s third runway. He should get ready for action.