The Tories have conveniently discovered their social conscience as the party leadership election hots up.
Tory leadership hopeful Boris Johnson famously said he would “lie down in front of those bulldozers and stop the construction” of Heathrow airport’s third runway. He should get ready for action.
US secretary of state Mike Pompeo’s promise to “push back” against Jeremy Corbyn becoming prime minister exposed the US state’s attitude to democracy.
Traffic wardens in Camden are celebrating after strikes won them a stunning pay rise.
The threat to LGBT+ education is growing as bigots pledged to press ahead with protests outside a school in Birmingham.
Theresa May was to step down as Tory leader this week in a fitting manner—humiliated, derided and friendless.
There’s a howling political crisis in Britain—and the left is missing out.
Theresa May confirmed she was standing down as Tory leader on Friday of next week. Most people, including the posh scum of her own party, are glad she is going.
The Tories faced a wipeout at this week’s European elections.
For the second time in his presidency, Donald Trump has threatened to destroy a whole country.
The Jeremy Kyle TV show has been suspended after a guest died just days after filming an episode.
The Tories are in near-terminal collapse. They cannot pass legislation, they cannot resolve Brexit and their supporters are jumping ship to the racists of the Brexit Party.
The decision to end academic Noah Carl’s research fellowship is a victory for campaigning.
Local elections in England last week reflected a deep crisis of mainstream politics
After a week of protests during the “International Rebellion” for climate change, political leaders have agreed to talks with the Extinction Rebellion (XR) direct action group.
Tommy Robinson is a danger to Muslims, minorities and working class people. Everyone has to make sure he isn’t elected as an MEP for the North West of England on 23 May.
Local elections will take place in 248 English councils on Thursday of next week.
Extinction Rebellion (XR) has been a stunning success. Its action has helped to expose the urgency of the threat posed by climate change—and insisted that tackling it cannot be postponed.
Ordinary people have responded in a huge variety of ways to the political and economic crisis ravaging the system.
The Extinction Rebellion (XR) revolt this week is inspiring. Crucially, like the school students’ climate strikes, it has seen a move from words to action.