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.
Crisis after crisis piles on top of Theresa May. For all the moaning of right wing Labour MPs, the Tories lost the local elections in England last week.
A think-tank called this week for a one-off payment of £10,000 to be paid to UK citizens when they turn 25 years old.
In a strange and dramatic speech on Monday, Israeli prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu revealed Iran’s evil plan.
Theresa May and her cabinet of millionaires face a huge political crisis. We have to make sure that this moment becomes a turning point in the battle against the government and against all forms of racism.
Bigoted US president Donald Trump has been “pencilled” in to come to Britain on 14 July, according to the Daily Mail newspaper’s “sources”.
Local elections across much of England on 3 May are a chance to deliver a verdict on Theresa May’s regime of racism, austerity and war.
The Trade Union Congress demonstration in London on 12 May could be a real boost to the resistance against Theresa May’s rotten government.
The treatment of “Windrush generation” migrants has exposed Britain’s immigration system has been exposed as a racist, bungling bureaucracy.
The Scottish National Party (SNP) is poised for a sharp turn to the right.
Theresa May is fulfilling her 2013 promise to create a “hostile environment” for migrants.
With Sisi in charge Egypt once more has a dictator that the West and Israel can do business with.
The best thing to do this week is to defend Jeremy Corbyn – and put tens of thousands onto the streets of Britain in solidarity with the Palestinians.
Donald Trump has appointed warmonger John Bolton as his national security adviser.
The Tories showed their contempt for the health service and those who work in it with a miserly pay offer last week.
Theresa May’s deal with the European Union over Brexit will see a 21 month “transition period” after Brexit on 29 March 2019.
Politicians and big business will try every method to shape people’s views. And at the same time they will seek to make money from doing it.
Theresa May threatened Russia with retaliation if it didn’t respond to an ultimatum by Tuesday night.
Thousands of people will die this year trying to cross borders in an effort to reach safety.
Theresa May was set to welcome Saudi crown prince Mohammed Bin Salman to Downing Street with big smiles this Wednesday.