Actor Susan Sarandon explains why she will not vote for Hillary Clinton in the US presidential election just because she’s a woman.
The launch of a new youth-led group called Kids Against Raids & Borders (KARB).
John Pilger In his career as a journalist and film-maker, has never known propaganda to insinuate our lives and go unchallenged and as it does now.
The mainstream media saw that stars could wield a lot of power – so they monster people like Lily Allen to put them off getting involved.
Are we salt of the earth yeomen, or skiving thickos milking the system? Politicians use us as cover for their own bigotry then ignore us the rest of the time.
Why should anyone, from small children to adult women and men, have to put up with these conditions?
Another world is possible, says Ken Loach, there is a sense that we really have to change things now.
Film director Ken Loach spells out his vision of what the future can hold for British politics.
The BBC has routinely peddled unsubstantiated stories about plots, intimidation, misogyny and anti-semitism.
Brexit politicians cynically inflamed the most primitive xenophobic and nativist instincts.
The 1960s show what the optimistic spirit of a generation can achieve.
It’s no surprise that most Labour MPs have difficulty adapting to a new political environment in such a state of flux.
Roger Perry’s photos capture a uniquely English take on graffiti; charged with subversive humour and heartfelt poetic sentiment
If anything is bringing the Labour Party into disrepute it is this one sided political purge.
It’s time for a real alternative to a system that plunges millions into poverty and destroys our public services.
Ken Loach’s new film I, Daniel Blake turns abstract concepts of inequality and social justice into lives that matter.
Post 9/11 official narrative doesn’t make much sense, or have anything to do with history.
There may be antipathy between the candidates, but for the rest of the world this election will be no different from those before.