As stock markets fall and governments seem powerless to stop another crisis Counterfire urges all its supporters to build the Europe Against Austerity conference in London on October 1st.
United strike action by over a million public sector workers came a step closer today, as Britain's three biggest unions announced strike ballots over government attacks on pensions.
The construction workers campaign spread today with pickets taking place in London, Manchester and Newcastle, calling on workers to take action against eight companies tearing up the national working agreement.
Portugal’s Left Bloc will be participating in the European Conference Against Austerity in London on 1 October. Jorge Costa spoke to Feyzi Ismail about the crisis and the need for Europe-wide mobilisation.
It's not from the reporters and well-heeled media pundits where you can find insight into the London riots, but from the people they are obliged to interview, argue Joe Glenton and Jo Gough.
FE student Amy Addison-Dunne argues that most politicians live in such a different reality, their opinions on the riots can be of little value.
Eyewitness report from last night's Tottenham riot where Police killing of a local father of four and social problems - including high unemployment - form the background to an explosion of anger on the streets.
The United States is veering towards a debt default, Cyprus looks set to be the fourth Eurozone country requiring a bailout and the UK economy is now more or less flatlining. The solution to the global crisis requires international resistance, argues Kate Hudson.
BBC News has a revealing report on new research findings showing the link between economic crisis and mental health, specifically the rise in suicide rates across Europe during 2007-09.
The hugely successful strikes and protests showed the potential to build a movement that uses the organised and collective resources of trade unions to involve workers who aren't in a trade union at all - students, pensioners, unemployed people and every section of society.
The UK’s biggest co-ordinated industrial action for decades takes place on June 30th - everyone who opposes the cuts must support the strikes - and help make them part of a European wide movement of direct action in resistance to austerity.
The 92% vote for strike action in the NUT isn’t just a victory for teachers - it should inspire others to take action. NUT member Nick Jones looks at the background to the vote and why it represents a mood to resist government attacks.