01 May 2020
Huge numbers of people are being driven to food banks as the coronavirus crisis deepens
24 April 2020
More than 250 million people face food uncertainty by the end of this year, while producers are destroying food on an extraordinary scale
11 April 2020
Millions of people in Britain are going hungry during the coronavirus crisis, according to new research.
13 January 2020
What if, instead of producing our food from animals and plants, we could grow it all in a lab?
15 December 2019
Climate change is creating extreme weather events that put food production at risk. To deal with it we have to challenge and transform a food system that is run for profit, writes Sarah Bates
07 August 2019
More than five million people in Zimbabwe face hunger or starvation, according to the United Nations (UN).
16 July 2019
Hundreds of workers at Karro Foods in Maltonstruck unofficially for two days
09 April 2019
The meat industry is destructive but changing our diets won’t be enough to save the planet, says Martin Empson
15 January 2019
Workers at Meadow Foods are fighting over pay.
13 January 2019
100 years ago the sale of alcohol was banned in the US. It’s a story of profit-thirsty booze barons, ruling class paranoia and fermenting anger among workers, writes Alistair Farrow
12 January 2019
From October, when Christmas apparently begins, capitalists spend a fortune creating a bubble of unreality—worries can wait, cheese and Baileys have no calories.
13 November 2018
The Unite union heralded a victory at the TGI Fridays restaurant chain last week.
02 October 2018
Pret A Manger killed a teenage girl.
22 June 2018
A panic over shortages of carbon dioxide (CO2) is a very good example of the defects of capitalism.
25 May 2018
It looks like the food industry is winning the first battle in the war over sugar in food.
06 March 2018
Plus, food and capitalism, voting rights and sexism in the media
06 March 2018
Bosses at the Beach Blanket Babylon (BBB) glorified burger chain have been up to their old tricks—not paying workers
14 November 2017
Plus, Kingsmill strike, Pentonville Five celebration and boiler maintenance workers
26 September 2017
Over a third of state schools in England are operating with a cash deficit. The figure was revealed in an answer to a parliamentary question on school finances.
25 July 2017
Would a minimum price for alcohol benefit working class people and reduce the harm done by excessive drinking?