Field day for developers
30 August 2011
Opposing the deregulation of planning could unite strange bedfellows says Bob Colenutt
Trespassers will be prosecuted
31 July 2011
Government plans to criminalise squatting will affect rights to both housing and to protest says Liz Davies
The fight isn’t over
10 July 2011
News of the World may be dead but Karin Wahl-Jorgensen still wants Murdoch’s empire stopped
Unions must be political and creative
30 June 2011
By organising beyond the workplace, unions can defeat the very real threat to workers' ability to act collectively, says Jo Beardsmore
Turkey’s nuclear future?
11 June 2011
Michael Pooler reports from Istanbul about opposition to nuclear power in the run up to elections in Turkey
25 May 2011
Anthony Arblaster argues there is more support for social democratic policies than is reflected in the main political parties.
High Pay Matters
22 May 2011
Ruth Lister on the interim report of the High Pay Commission.
Brighton goes Green again
7 May 2011
Britain’s first Green-led council is great news, but faces challenges on cuts says Davy Jones
How the UK armed Gaddafi
31 March 2011
Tom Fox argues that the arms trade means our foreign policy will never be humanitarian.
Why to refuse the census
20 March 2011
Chris Browne from the 'Count me Out' campaign, on the need to protest Lockheed Martin's involvement in the census.
Universities of Transition
3 March 2011
Education must teach people to question, challenge and improve the world rather than simply manage it, argues Molly Scott Cato.
Left gains in Ireland
27 February 2011
Five deputies for the United Left Alliance, while Sinn Féin takes at least 13
Evicting the poor
20 February 2011
Sunit Bagree on international sporting events and the housing struggle