The British Intelligence services are accused of involvement in rendition and torture - ten years after the beginning of the war on terror, it continues to undermine the credibility our ruling elite argues Peter Stauber.
Public revulsion over the Murdoch scandal is connected to wider discontent about power and privilege, and cuts in public services. The Leveson Inquiry is far from ideal, but can be used alongside more radical initiatives to challenge media power.
Simply being a member of a union or raising health and safety concerns can result in workers being blacklisted and denied employment in their trade. This is the account of blacklisted construction worker Steve Acheson.
People from all backgrounds – black, white, Asian, working class and middle class turned out to clean up their areas after the riots. Amongst them was Charles Brown, who looks at the contradictions of the riot clean up movement.
Some thuggery is more worthy of condemnation than others. Don't hold your breath in waiting for David Cameron to express outrage over the "sickening violence" of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq or the bombing of Libya.