Only someone with Theresa May’s flair for public relations would have received Mohammed bin Salman, crown prince of Saudi Arabia, on International Women’s Day last Thursday.
A relatively unknown Facebook group has become the focus of an effort to discredit critics of Israel—as well as Jeremy Corbyn and the left.
Strikes aren’t just another form of protest. They are our most powerful weapon against the bosses
Theresa May was set to welcome Saudi crown prince Mohammed Bin Salman to Downing Street with big smiles this Wednesday.
Tens of thousands of women workers in Britain’s universities will be striking on International Women’s Day (IWD) this Thursday. It’s a very good way to mark a day that was set up to celebrate the struggle of working women.
Ever since he was elected, there’s been an argument over whether Donald Trump would be more than a conventional right wing Republican president.
The number of street homeless people has risen for the seventh year in a row—as temperatures dropped below freezing.
President Donald Trump’s warmongering, racism and sexism seemingly know no bounds
AS negotiations over Britain’s departure from the European Union move towards a climax, the policy positions of the Tories and Labour register the balance of forces within each party
The horrific Parkland school shooting has raised questions about gun laws—and wider US society
A supply-chain cock up at KFC fast food stores left bosses in a flap
Right wing papers think they’ve caught Jeremy Corbyn red handed.
Syria is undoubtedly the most dangerous place in the world at the moment.
A row over the Irish language has shone a light on the conflict that lies at the heart of Stormont
DPD driver Don Lane’s death shows the human cost of bosses’ decisions.
Israel took the Middle East one step closer to a major war last weekend
Germany under chancellor Angela Merkel was meant to be the bastion of the neoliberal centre in Europe.
Global stock market gyrations this week should send a warning to millions of workers about their pensions
Politicians and commentators have made sure they were seen to celebrate the Suffragettes and others who fought for the vote.
No one is likely to write an opera about Theresa May’s visit to China the way John Adams did about president Richard Nixon’s historic trip to Beijing in 1972. Her stay in China was completely obscured by media stories about Tory divisions over Brexit.