Report gives voice to young people at risk of abuse - and blows apart a racist myth
European government ministers’ calls to end patrols in the Mediterranean to rescue migrants stranded at sea is just business as usual, argues Annette Mackin
Two months after a report into horrific child sexual abuse was published, Sadie Robinson spoke to residents about the lack of support for young people
Annette Mackin argues the Tories’ Carr Review of anti-trade union laws shows bosses will only go further on the offensive if we don’t put up a fight
Rail bosses are rubbing their hands at lucrative new deals as spineless politicians let them tighten their grip
The rich plan to snap up even more public land at the Mipim UK 2014 property fair - with the help of councillors
Why has Burger King turned Canadian and Ireland become the world's biggest banana producer?
As the FBU firefighters’ union launches its new Sounding the Alarm report, Annette Mackin looks at how cuts and job losses are putting lives at risk.
Campaigners explain why they're fighting against joint enterprise convictions
Vulnerable people and their care workers are losing out in a race to cut costs
The explosive power of the bombs dropped in Israel’s current assault on Gaza is equivalent to the atomic bomb the US dropped on Hiroshima in 1945.
A year has passed since the army massacred protesters in Cairo's Rabaa al Adawiya Square
Suicides behind bars are surging. Annette Mackin looks at the shocking conditions in a prison system that kills the people it’s meant to rehabilitate
Transatlantic deal TTIP could give bosses a green light to attack workers’ rights, public services and the environment
The Trojan Horse hoax in Birmingham subjected Muslims to a racist witch hunt—and the recent report is full of contradictions
Dave Sewell says council homes are being demolished in droves in London, as the land is sold to rich developers keen to profit from rocketing prices
A decade after launching the war that killed a million Iraqis, Tony Blair is still busy helping out dictators and making himself richer, writes Adam Cochrane
After shocking new figures highlight the use of stop and search in London, young people spoke to Annette Mackin about how they see the police
The nightmare is not over for South Africa’s ruling class as more workers now plan to walk out after the success of the miners’ strike, reports Ken Olende
Latest British Social Attitudes Survey reveals diverse opinions on immigration and benefits—despite constant Tory scapegoating, reports Sadie Robinson