Gambling with lives
26 December 2020
Betting firms have infiltrated football culture and destroyed lives. James Grimes argues its time to reclaim the sport
No holding back?
22 December 2020
Labour’s road to recovery must bring together grassroots organising with a recognition of changing class composition, argues Christine Berry
Political goals and corporate carewash
20 December 2020
Marcus Rashford is challenging neoliberal framings of poverty. We should call him a hero, argues Siobhan McGuirk – without letting his sponsors off the hook
Ethical accreditation schemes: good or ill?
15 December 2020
As unethical companies continue to generate hefty profits, Josie Wexler examines various schemes for upholding ethical standards, and how much faith we should put in them
Algeria: a youth revolution
12 December 2020
The Algerian regime has offered its youth a future of poverty, humiliation and repression, now it must go writes Zakaria Chaabi from Constantine, Algeria
Autism and performative awareness
10 December 2020
As autistic people become more visible in public life, Errol Kerr examines how brands are seeking to repackage themselves as ‘autism friendly'
The shirkers united will never be defeated
8 December 2020
Nic Murray argues the need for collective solidarity and organising amongst welfare claimants as Covid-19’s economic fallout threatens to render thousands jobless
Locked out during lockdown
1 December 2020
Already dealing with the effects of the hostile environment in education, Sanaz Raji explains the new challenges facing international students during the pandemic