Jeremy Warner, an associate editor of the Daily Telegraph no less, wrote this week, “Ireland has poisoned UK politics and brought down governments for centuries.”
Within 70 minutes of coming into contact with the cops Rashan Charles was dead.
Until this week the Tories looked like the weakest government in the European Union. (EU). That’s impressive given the competition.
The scandal over Wakefield City Academies Trust has exposed the realities of privatisation. Many people want the schools abandoned by the trust to be run by the council.
The prospect of another war hangs over the Middle East—this time in Lebanon.
Tory rule stands on the shakiest of foundations.
Recovery for Labour in Scotland is a real possibility. The race for the leadership of Scottish Labour reflects why.
Allegations of serious sexual harassment and abuse by MPs have shone a light on the sexism which lies at the heart of our society.
Poorer women in Northern Ireland who come to England to have an abortion will now be able to claim money for travel and accommodation.
Tuesday marked one year since the demolition of the “jungle” refugee camp by cops in Calais.And one year on the refugee crisis is as bad as ever.
The government’s consultation regarding a public inquiry into the contaminated blood scandal ended on Tuesday.
We have to fight together against Islamophobia, antisemitism and racism. But we also need to confront the capitalist system that produces racism.
Public services are at breaking point after seven years of Tory austerity.
Theresa May has presided over vicious racist assaults both as prime minister and home secretary.
The Spanish state has responded to the Catalan independence referendum with violence.
Leading Tories are fighting an open battle to defend capitalism. Last week Theresa May hailed the free market as the “greatest agent of collective human progress”.
The refugee crisis has not gone away—if anything it is getting worse.
After decades of right wing ideas dominating political debate in Britain, the left feels more confident.
After seven years of brutal attacks on public services there are almost one million fewer public sector jobs.
Theresa May is desperately trying to gloss over the latest row engulfing the Tories.