Rubberboat in a sharkpool: Tories exploit the Assange case
The political question of the justice of extraditing Julian Assange has been lost to the Tories' internal squabbling, argues Sean Ledwith
Remembering Gerry Jones
A tribute remembering Gerry Jones: trade unionist, organiser and socialist, who constantly fought for fairness, writes Penny Hicks
Hillsborough: Football’s greatest hurt
Mark Perryman argues that Hillsborough needs to be understood not just as a human tragedy but a consequence of how football was changing in the 1980s
SOAS cleaners' campaign: 'It's a matter of justice'
SOAS ramps up its campaign to bring the cleaning staff in-house, in a struggle that has received national attention
Why facts were worth nothing in the de Menezes case
The officers who killed Jean Charles de Menezes will not be prosecuted. Maz Saleem looks at a system that allows the police to avoid accountability
Angola: students and political detainees must be freed
An unfinished post-conflict transition in Angola and the pursuit of oil wealth by a powerful elite has meant a crackdown on resistance
Ministry of Justice: 'trust the state - you don’t need a lawyer at an Inquest'
An inquest gives families and the public a chance to find out what led to a person’s death. Agents of the state may be represented by publicly funded lawyers. What about families?