Austerity, Brexit and the Corbyn challenge

After the harshest winter for more than a decade, Britain finds itself still gripped by the icy fingers of neoliberal austerity, writes Phil Hearse. Both the health service [...]

13th March 2018 // 1 Comment

Corbyn to make politicians pensions greener

This week, Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn and Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell signed the pledge for the Fossil Free UK campaign to Divest Parliament, writes Joe Walsh The [...]

16th December 2017 // 1 Comment

Love is not enough

Andy Stowe reviews Naomi Klein’s new book “No Is Not Enough” on Trump’s rise and her plan for defeating him. The first thing that hits you reading this very useful [...]

11th August 2017 // 0 Comments

Corbynism arrives in Australia

Greens Senator Lee Rhiannon, the standard bearer for a more radical politics in the Australian Greens, has found herself compared to Jeremy Corbyn but the impact of Corbyn [...]

8th August 2017 // 0 Comments

Momentum looks to the future

Brian Standish reports from the March 25th Momentum Conference in Birmingham. It  was well attended – probably about 500 people and it was standing room only in the [...]

26th March 2017 // 1 Comment

Brothers in power

Return to the Shadows: The Muslim Brotherhood and An-Nahda since the Arab Spring, Saqi, 2016 £16.99 reviewed by Farooq Suleheria  The phenomenon of the Muslim Brotherhood [...]

11th February 2017 // 0 Comments

Corbyn’s relaunch

Susan Moore looks at what the Labour leader has been doing since Christmas: Corbyn’s relaunch since the start of the year has seen him take a more combative and pro-active [...]

2nd February 2017 // 2 Comments

Why isn’t God answering? 

Andy Stowe reviews Silence by Martin Scorsese.   Any film about Jesuit missionaries that has Ad maiorem Dei gloriam (for the greater glory of God), the Catholic [...]

2nd January 2017 // 0 Comments

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