In the light of the publication of this year's Times Rich List, Phil Neal argues for ever more radical action against capitalism and the ruling classes who enforce it.
Mhairi McAlpine details the life and politics of the much misunderstood Helen Keller.
The Coalition of Resistance (UK) held an extended steering committee meeting last night to discuss the significant news that the TUC is considering calling a national demonstration against austerity this autumn.
The Palestinians have brought the non-violent tactic of hunger strikes to world attention. It has a long legacy, argues David Jamieson.
Chris Walsh reviews the exhibition Seize the Time, which features the artwork of Emory Douglas, former Minster for Culture for the Black Panther Party.
The phosphorus shells that devastated Fallujah were fired in 2004. But the victims of America's dirty war are still being born, writes Robert Fisk.
The London mayoral election is a decisive test for both Ed Miliband and David Cameron. But if Ken is to win, he needs to refocus on policy, argues Chris Bambery.
Sarah Collins reports on the demise of the NHS and how the social care bill will affect the health service in Scotland.
A coalition of progressive individuals and organisations have come together to launch a conference to found an extra parliamentary, pro-independence campaign which puts forward an alternative vision for Scotland.
Despite a left victory in the first round of the French presidential elections, some claim that the beneficiaries of anti-austerity sentiment are the far right. This is a distortion, argues Chris Nineham.