Colin Gibson reviews Brexit Boris: From Mayor to Nightmare, which lays bare the sordid story of Britain’s floppy-haired ‘national treasure’.
Trump’s conception of American power is not very different from many politicians before him, says Matt Carr.
Heathcote Williams’ new book shows how a nation steeped in violence and greed reached its apotheosis in President Donald Trump.
Tansy Hoskins strips away the apparel trade’s decorative exterior and then dynamites the foundations of the fashion trade.
2016 will go down in history as a watershed year when the old political establishment was rejected by an unprecedented electoral insurgency that was dominated by the right and extreme right.
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For most Americans today, how can you be thankful when you are poor or sick in a society without social justice?
The great tragedy of our country is that it is not only responding to knuckle-draggers, says Matt Carr, it is actually being led by them.
Taking the fashion industry as her example, Tansy Hoskins disputes the claim that corporate power can be tamed by consumer spending.
Heathcote Williams doesn’t join the mountain of praise heaped on Bob Dylan for winning the Nobel Prize for Literature.
Dylan’s songs of the sixties offer both a bracing protest against enduring enemies and a salutary critique of some of our own worst habits.
It’s 1945 and Heathcote Williams is completely unaware of the war, or of thoughts of invasion.
With racism and Islamophobia on the rise across London and the UK, it seems the tensions and dangers of 1936 still echo today.
The BBC has routinely peddled unsubstantiated stories about plots, intimidation, misogyny and anti-semitism.
Heathcote Williams hates Boris Johnson like everyone should, says Jeremy Hardy.