G4S: Private muscle for hire
G4S's Olympic failure hasn’t stopped the government from handing it more services, Tim Hunt reports

Event: Tackling tax havens
Ethical Consumer magazine to host event tackling the issue of tax justice on 28 September

Remploy: Factories floored
There has been a wave of resistance to plans to close Remploy factories, which provide safe employment to disabled people. Tim Hunt reports

Audio: May elections – Jenny Jones interview
Jenny Jones, the Green Party candidate for London mayor, speaks to Red Pepper's Tim Hunt and Michael Calderbank

Manchester rambler
Tim Hunt is given an unconventional tour of Manchester by Morag Rose of the Loiterers’ Resistance Movement

Web freedom
Tim Hunt reviews An Open Web

Seeking sanctuary
Tim Hunt explores a project that fosters local support and practical help for asylum seekers

Atos: tick-box tyranny
Tim Hunt looks at Atos, the company charged with assessing who should receive disability benefit

Both a borrower and a lender be
We should extend libraries far beyond books, argues Tim Hunt

A neoliberal assault on women
The coalition's cuts will hit women hardest, says Tim Hunt, as he lays out a gender audit of the budget

Workers of the world, co-operate!
Tim Hunt looks at what role workers' co-operatives could play in bringing about social change

Breaking rank
Tim Hunt speaks to Clare Glenton, wife of Joe Glenton, the British soldier facing court martial for refusing to return to Afghanistan

Biotech bonanza
Last year's global food crisis made millions for agro-giant Monsanto. Tim Hunt fails to find any redeeming features in this corporate behemoth