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How red are the Greens? What lies behind the Green surge? Andrew Dolan reports
When Greens govern Joseph Healy looks at what Greens across Europe have done in office
Out of their seats A hung parliament could see new alliances, writes Hilary Wainwright
Essay: A new Magna Carta After the Scottish referendum the time is ripe for constitutional reform, argues Anthony Barnett
Nastier and nastier Anthony Arblaster revisits Red Pepper’s past pre-election predictions
The cost of living crisis Michael Calderbank gives a snapshot of life in Cameron’s Britain
The pitchforks are coming Meet Lisa McKenzie, the candidate taking Class War to Tory Essex
A challenge to Trident The tiny Marshall Islands is taking a stand that could force a change in policy, writes Dan Barron
Jeepers creepers, brothel keepers Criminalising sex work puts women at risk, argues Emma Hughes
Don’t criminalise, organise Emma Hughes speaks to Melissa Gira Grant, whose book tackles anti‑prostitution feminism
Maduro and the market Can the president keep the Bolivarian revolution on track? Steve Ellner writes
Pinochet’s press gang Nick MacWilliam reports on a probing documentary into Chile’s El Mercurio media group
Art failure Nim Ralph reports on workers at the National Gallery fighting privatisation
Radical cities: Montreal Andrew Winchur offers a guide to the radical capital of North America
A Dionysus for all seasons Greek tragedy is enjoying something of a revival, writes Steve Platt
Animating anarchy Artists Louise Emily Thomas and Nell Loder profile their new animation based on the work of Percy Bysshe Shelley
Book reviews, Jeremy Hardy's column, regular features including Under the Radar and Temperature Gauge, and more.
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