Yiorgos Katsaitis reports on a man who was driven to self-immolation in Birmingham, and argues that we need collective action to avoid any more individual tragedies.
From Cairo, Mahmoud Mahdy analyses the new political dynamic in Egypt and argues that the stability and sovereignty of the Second Republic Vs the continuation of the revolution will be the key political battle going forward.
Mhairi Mcalpine looks at how women have been at the sharp end of the Greek crisis, and argues that the strong Greek Feminist traditions of resistance should make them at the sharp edge of resistance.
Chris Bambery argues that the Egyptian revolution can only go forward from here by demanding real democracy from the new Egyptian President.
A Morsi victory was better than a Shafiq victory, but the real power is still in the hands of SCAF says John Rees
Labour leader Ed Miliband’s latest speech hits the wrong targets and feeds anti-immigrant prejudice. Unite activist Richard Allday responds
Discussion of the history of the women's movement in Britain usually only goes back as far as the Suffragettes. Gareth Beynon looks at the ground breaking struggles for women's rights during the English Civil War between 1640 and 1660.
Charley Dohren reports from Spain on the militant miners strike that is shaking Rajoy's austerity regime.
A marxist reading group has been established in Glasgow. Tom Coles makes the case for self education to inform the struggle for social change.