Migrants already ‘pay their way’ – why should they have to pay medical bills too?
Plans to charge non-EU nationals for treatment will undermine the NHS – and could force them to choose between their health and paying the rent, writes Michael Pooler

Regulating the Rigsbys: the dodgy letting agents hitting the jackpot
Dry rot? Tough. You want your deposit back? No chance. Michael Pooler looks at how anyone with a phone line can become a private letting agent

Review: Riots Reframed
Michael Pooler reviews a film that gives an alternative view of the 2011 riots

Review: La Grande Illusion
As a digitally restored version is released, Michael Pooler revisits Jean Renoir's anti-war masterpiece

Interview: can changing the law save the planet?
Ahead of the launch of her new book, Earth is Our Business, Polly Higgins speaks to Michael Pooler about her mission to have ‘ecocide’ recognised as an international crime

Organise! City cleaners fight for a living wage
Michael Pooler reports on the struggle of cleaners in the heart of London's financial district

Wapping: the workers’ perspective
Michael Pooler visits an exhibition dedicated to the contininuing relevance of the Wapping dispute

Breaking the silence
Michael Pooler discovers how former IDF soldiers are opening up about life in the occupied territories.

The people are strong
Michael Pooler reports from Israel on Bedouin efforts to resist eviction in the Negev Desert

Turkey’s nuclear future?
Michael Pooler reports from Istanbul about opposition to nuclear power in the run up to elections in Turkey