Why does the Oxford Union insist on inviting fascist speakers?
As Marion Maréchal-Le Pen speaks at the Oxford Union, the latest far-right figure to be invited, Dana Mills argues that it is an abuse of free speech and minorities pay the price
Is France heading for another May '68?
From student dissent to militant strikes and a radical alternative, the ingredients are there for mass rebellion, writes John Mullen
High school students across France mobilise to reject the pseudo-choice between Macron and Le Pen
Just before the final round of France’s presidential election, lycéens (high school students) are continuing to provide the sharpest and most combative opposition to the two contenders
May Day in Gascony: ‘All for one and one for all’ in the fight against fascism
Hundreds take to the streets on May Day against fascism and Le Pen, Susan Ram reports from south-west France.
The French presidential elections: fascism and how to fight it
John Mullen on why the Left must move forward on building a broadly-based, permanent, national, mass campaigning organization against fascism
French elections: enter Jean-Luc Mélenchon
The spin of the two-horse race conceals the anti-capitalist hopeful, notes Susan Ram
Marine Le Pen: the reality of the French fascist threat
Mainstream alarmism cannot distract us from the actual dangers of the Nazi Front National, writes John Mullen
Le Pen's defeat offers only cold comfort
Defeat without having to face a decent opposition may be more useful than success for the continued growth of Le Pen's Front National, argues Alistair Stephens
Marine Le Pen: the demon child of war and austerity
Not since the 1930s has a far right, indeed a fascist party done so well in an election in Western Europe, writes Alastair Stephens