Labour’s leadership is “walking a tightrope” to get the right position on Brexit. That’s what shadow chancellor John McDonnell told Labour supporters at an event in central London last Saturday
A panic over shortages of carbon dioxide (CO2) is a very good example of the defects of capitalism.
Horrifying images and footage have shown the true face of the US border regime.
Former Conservative leader William Hague is the latest high profile Tory to call for cannabis law reform.
The campaign for a “People’s Vote” on Brexit is based on liberal snobbery toward workers, says Sadie Robinson
When 629 people were rescued from drowning they might have expected to be treated with some humanity.
Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un patted themselves on the back after signing a “peace deal” on Tuesday.
The fire at Grenfell Tower is a symbol of decades of attacks on working class people.
Nobody should now be in any doubt about the threat from the far right in Britain.
Theresa May is taking a gamble next week which, if it fails, could sink her.
Tory prime minister Theresa May was “deeply disappointed” at her friend Donald Trump this week.
The strike figures for 2017, released last week, make depressing reading.
Italy in the last few days has shown the reality of capitalist power and its lack of concern for democracy.
Good news came recently to all undocumented migrants living in fear of the French state. All they have to do to gain citizenship is save a child’s life.
Every time the Labour right have confronted Jeremy Corbyn and his supporters in open combat they’ve been defeated, usually humiliatingly. But they’ve just been allowed to score a major victory
Why is Donald Trump destabilising the Middle East? For that’s what he’s doing by moving the US embassy in Israel to Jerusalem and withdrawing from the nuclear deal with Iran.
At least 400 extra British troops could soon be sent to Afghanistan.
The murder of Palestinians on Monday had a perpetrator, a criminal actor. It was Israel whose snipers fired into the crowds.
The Israeli government has poured millions of pounds into promoting musicians and artists as the liberal face of Israel, explicitly to replace stories of its occupation of Palestine.
This week marks the 70th anniversary of the Nakba, or catastrophe. This is how Palestinians describe the expulsion of 850,000 Palestinians from their homes by Israeli forces in 1948.