A year ago Liam Fox declared that striking a deal with the European Union (EU) would be “one of the easiest in human history”. This week the disgraced Tory minister was left with his tail between his legs.
Failing to stand up for the right to criticise Israel has consequences. If we shy away from it now, the right will make it much harder for us to do it in the future.
Last week the developing trade war between the three main economic blocs—the United States, the European Union (EU), and China—seemed to relent.
A damning new report in the wake of the Oxfam sexual abuse scandal in Haiti shows how international aid is shaped by Western imperialism
Poverty shapes every aspect of our lives—as a BBC documentary highlighted this week.
It’s welcome that the consequences of climate change have eventually been recognised. But it’s an insult that it takes a British heatwave for that to happen
NHS workers are handing back medals they won for fighting the Ebola crisis in west Africa.
In what she probably regards as a great achievement, Theresa May has made it through to parliament’s summer break.
If you want to make sense of the row about Jeremy Corbyn and antisemitism you have above all to understand that it has nothing to do with antisemitism.
The Tories are in trouble over education policy. Miriam Scharf argues now is the time to go on the offensive
Supporters of Israel are piling pressure on the Labour Party to change its new code of conduct which says discussion of the foundation of Israel is “legitimate”.
The protests against Donald Trump and the Nazis who love him have transformed the mood among socialists and anti-racists in Britain.
The extreme centre, as author Tariq Ali dubbed mainstream neoliberal parties, is convinced that Donald Trump’s European tour confirmed he is unfit to be president. And it’s true that his performance has been characteristically erratic, and occasionally idiotic.
Donald Trump’s visit to Britain will embolden racists and fascists here and in the US.
Some say the Tories are making such a mess of Brexit that it would be better to retreat from it altogether.
Revelations that the British state is complicit in torture destroy the lie that Britain is more “civilised” or progressive than other countries.
A lot has changed since the first Pride march in London in 1972.
Apparently Jeremy Corbyn is under growing pressure from within the Labour Party to support a second referendum on Brexit. This comes not just from the Tony Blair fan club on the Labour right but also from within Corbyn’s own grassroots support movement Momentum.
The NHS is set to start providing treatment to video games addicts. Sarah Bates asks how big the problem is and what is to blame
Whatever you think the way forward for workers is over Brexit, you can be sure it won’t come from collaboration between the unions and the bosses.