Paul Foot reviews The Strange Death of Liberal England by George Dangerfield. The book covers the collapse of Liberalism in the early 20th century and growing resistance from the downtrodden.
April 28, 2010
Written by Paul Foot
The death of writer Alan Sillitoe, aged 82, has prompted a flurry of references to the 'Angry Young Men' generation of British playwrights and novelists.
April 27, 2010
Written by Alex Snowdon
This is a film about the biggest weapons of mass destruction ever created: it is about the people who use them, and more importantly it is about the people who fight them.
April 26, 2010
Written by Kate Hudson
In the first of a regular series, Neil Faulkner charts the evolutionary development of modern day humans from primitive apes to socially co-operative human beings.
Christian Fuchs analyses the complexities of the relationship between the internet, revolutionary theory and the struggle for socialism.
Lindsey German argues that it’s time to stand up to Ryanair and revive an old Irish tradition.
April 22, 2010
Written by Lindsey German
John Rees argues that a hung parliament could be an opportunity for the left because it will alter the balance between parliamentary and extra-parliamentary politics.
Shamiul Joarder of Friends of Al Aqsa speaks about the anti-muslim climate caused by the war on terror and the need for a campaign to resist islamophobia. He will be speaking at Counterforum in London on 3 May.
Designer and adbuster Noel Douglas is one of the few campaigners from Britain who managed to fly out before the volcano grounded flights and is filing daily reports from Bolivia at Globalise Resistance.
Has British Airways put the lives of passengers at risk in the rush to restore their profits by sending 26 long haul flights to Heathrow and Gatwick?
April 21, 2010
Written by Paul Hanes - Four man films
The Finsbury Health Centre is to a quick glance a fairly unremarkable looking building but it represents a tradition of modernist architecture with roots stretching back to revolutionary Russia.
Polls show a leap in support for the Liberal Democrats after Thursday's leaders debate. Alex Snowdon investigates whether the Liberal Democrats can provide a viable alternative.