LABOUR HAS NOW PLACED the central questions of economic ownership and control back on the political agenda.
The strike campaign will need to spread even further to overcome the continued obduracy of the Picturehouse management.
Trump, like Bush Jr and Reagan before him, takes a pretty cynical approach to his poorer supporters.
I’m not sure if Jeremy ever read Kimmie’s letter. What is certain right now is that the Labour Party must stand up for the people of Afrin.
Worryingly, neither Jeremy Corbyn nor Emily Thornberry have put any public pressure on our government to oppose Turkey’s illegal actions.
Can South Korea's President Moon Jae-In continue denying North Korea is a de facto nuclear state?
Recently, the Derry-based Pat Finucane Centre produced an exhibition on the legacy of colonialism.
Liz Davies reviews For the Many: Preparing Labour for Power, edited by Mike Phipps, Or Books.
A Syrian rap group kicks off proceedings, a Palestinian woman poet is next and then the audience laughs; it’s a joke in Hebrew, told by an Israeli performance artist, recently labelled an antisemite. Her crime? To dare to speak ‘intifada’ and ‘liberation’ in one poetic sentence.