Category: United Kingdom

Zoe Williams: Do We Want Our Children Taught by Humans or Algorithms?

In the long term, the mutation of schools into joyless exam factories won’t be halted by resistance alone, we also need to make a proper account of what education is for

Derek Royden: “Yes We Can!” From Spain to Britain to America, a Revitalized Left Is Emerging

In Europe and North America alike, movements battling neo-liberalism and authoritarian xenophobia will need to become more than the sum of their leaders

Nadia Prupis: #ResignCameron: Thousands Call for Prime Minister to Step Down

In wake of Panama Papers, protesters gather in London

Maya Evans: “Liberte, Egalite, Fraternite” Abandoned for Forced Asylum

The Jungle is an impressive example of how people from different nationalities and ethnicities can live together in relative harmony, despite oppressive hardship

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Robert Fisk: Why is David Cameron so silent on the recapture of Palmyra from the clutches of Isis?

The biggest military defeat that Isis has suffered in more than two years. The recapture of Palmyra

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Preeti Kaur: UK Austerity: Save the Rich, Cut the Disabled, Punish the Poor

The Conservative Party’s Revolution uses austerity and deficit reduction as a cover-story for conducting class war against the poor

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Tariq Ali: Corbyn’s Progress

The statistics about global inequality desperately need someone who can explain them in terms that can anger, mobilise and inspire people. If Corbyn can do this, it would mark an important shift in English politics

Rajesh Makwana: Scrapping Trident and transitioning to a nuclear-free world

Trident presents an important opportunity for campaigners and concerned citizens to raise our voice for a just and peaceful future

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Hilary Wainwright: Has Corbyn changed politics?

Hilary Wainwright, Liz Davies, Stephen Bush and James Schneider discuss Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party

Kate Aronoff: BDS movement and common sense face threat from UK government ban

Earlier this week, the British government announced a new Tory-led parliamentary measure that will inflict “severe penalties” onto local governments and public institutions that boycott goods and services on an “ethical” (as opposed to purely financial) basis, including divestment. Planned to coincide with British Cabinet Office Minister Matthew Hancock’s visit to Israel this week, the Read more…

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