A master-work of graphic satire
22 December 2017
American Jewish cartoonist Eli Valley’s comic commentary on America, the US Jewish diaspora and Israel is nothing if not near the knuckle, Richard Kuper writes
The Great Housing Swindle
7 December 2017
Michael Coates reviews a new film revealing the shocking state of housing inequality in the UK.
Stop romanticising the royal family
29 November 2017
Frustrated at the idea of another royal wedding? You're not alone. Joana Ramiro argues we should stop idealising a fundamentally undemocratic institution.
Don’t blame it on the bots
28 November 2017
Liberal elites are using Russian interference to minimise their own political failures, writes Matt Turner
The West owes Zimbabwe a future.
27 November 2017
Nick Dearden from Global Justice Now argues that after years of colonial domination and dodgy trade deals, the UK must make amends and support Zimbabwe in this uncertain time.
Strength in Unity: Why Pan Africanism matters today
24 November 2017
Drawing connections between events as disparate as the ‘social murder’ of Grenfell and recent mudslides in Sierra Leone, Remi Joseph-Salisbury points to the enduring relevance of Pan African thought for anti-racist struggle today.
Who killed Agent Kingfisher?
20 November 2017
Tom Palmer, aka Agent Kingfisher, was the 'messiah' of London's squatting scene until his death last year. But who was responsible for his fate? MI5, late capitalism or simply a drug overdose? Matt Broomfield investigates.
Acid Corbynism is a gateway drug
10 November 2017
Acid Corbynism allows people to imagine a future beyond the paltry offerings of capitalism, writes Keir Milburn