People are being thrown out of work at the sharpest rate since the recession in 2009
The government’s whole approach is sunk in hypocrisy
International law helps to regulate the relations between capitalist states. It plays an increasingly important role in providing a framework for the activities of transnational corporation
Women posting explicit pictures are not being ‘liberated’—they are being pushed to provide whatever will sell the best, writes Sarah Bates
When Extinction Rebellion (XR) blockaded the entrances of two printing plants last week, it might not have anticipated the vitriolic response.
The Tories are casting about for someone to blame for rising coronavirus cases. Their current favourite scapegoat is young people.
A year ago Brexit dominated the headlines to the point of utter tedium. Now, of course, it’s the Covid-19 pandemic, which is too deadly to tolerate boredom. But Brexit is mounting a comeback, with a vengeance.
President Donald Trump’s response to the murder of two anti-racist protesters was to support the killer.
As millions of people fear for their jobs, bankers and bosses celebrated a bonanza on the stock market.
There is a scramble going on to grab the gas reserves in the north eastern Mediterranean. Competition over energy is interwoven with the growing struggle for dominance in a Middle East thrown into chaos
Even some of the Labour right are starting to get fed up with their party leader Keir Starmer.
The Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement forced institutional racism onto the political agenda and shook the establishment.
Students have taught all of us a lesson in class war. Protest gets results.
The government has not conquered coronavirus, and its failed policies are increasing the risk of a deadly second wave.
For decades Arab rulers’ betrayals have allowed Israel to grab more Palestinian land under the guise of a “peace process”.
Class, not ability, determines what grades you get in school— and the exams fiasco in Scotland made that explicit.
Britain is in the middle of a horrific jobs slaughter—some 730,000 jobs have already gone since March.
A vicious battle is being fought inside the Labour Party over a dizzyingly complex series of leaks, rumours and court cases.
As Seth Rogen talks about Israel’s lies, Tomáš Tengely-Evans looks at the myths around the foundation of the state
The NHS workers’ pay revolt is hugely welcome. It shows how there is real anger in society and working class fury can explode unexpectedly, often outside the official channels of the labour movement.