World leaders are supposed to present a united face at the annual G7 summit of powerful countries. But for the second year running, Donald Trump made sure their rivalries were on show for all to see.
Sadie Robinson looks at what is distinctive about workers striking and why it is an especially powerful form of resistance.
Labour will commit to holding a referendum on a Brexit deal, if there is a general election in autumn, with an option to remain in the European Union (EU).
More evidence of Britain’s role in Saudi Arabia’s war on Yemen was uncovered this week.
Jeffrey Epstein, the rich child rapist, is dead after taking his own life. That is a slightly more controversial statement than might be imagined.
Gabby Thorpe looks at the plight of people displaced by climate chaos and argues that we should welcome refugees
Boris Johnson said his billion pound boost for prisons would stop them becoming “factories for making bad people worse”.
Lots of people are rightly appalled that Boris Johnson is our prime minister.
Britain’s economy contracted for the first time in seven years during the second quarter of 2019.
Sarah Bates examines whether rewilding can help stop the coming climate catastrophe
Israeli prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu is facing a crisis. In just under six weeks, the racist warmonger will stand in his second general election in a year.
Harland and Wolff, the Northern Ireland shipyard, is facing closure. The remaining workforce are fighting bravely to defend their jobs
Horrific shootings in the US last weekend showed where our rulers’ racism can lead.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn reiterated his call for an end to fracking when he visited Lancashire’s Preston New Road anti-fracking protest camp on Tuesday.
Union leaders greeted Boris Johnson’s first week as prime minister by pleading with him to improve workers’ rights. Which is weak even by their standards.
The pound rose on the foreign exchange markets last week after Boris Johnson became the new prime minister. Alex Callinicos looks at why.
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.