As 'Slutwalk' protests spring up around the various countries, Charley Dohren looks at the arguments and says why it is important to march on June 4th.
Spain has erupted against unemployment and police brutality. Claire Green reports direct from Madrid.
John McArdle writes from the Black Triangle Anti-Defamation Campaign in Defence of Disability Rights on the National Week of Protest against ATOS.
The ISG’s Bryan Simpson interviews carers from East Glasgow’s Accord centre. The facility is facing demolition as a result of the construction work for the Commonwealth Games.
Over 100 people attend rally at Strathclyde University student's union in defence of student protester and trade unionist Bryan Simpson. Speakers included George Galloway, NUS President Liam Burns and Unite union organiser Roz Foyer.
As the NHS faces serious attack, Adam Frew analyses the reality of Andrew Lansley’s health ‘Reforms’.
The SNP have the biggest margin of victory since the Scottish parliament came into being, taking seats that were considered Labour heartlands. Ben Wray looks at why it all went so horribly wrong for Labour.
Last month the French government banned the wearing of the burka and niqab in public. Rena Smith takes on the argument.
A ten step guide to being an effective trade unionist in workplace by Unite rep Bryan Simpson.
Every new upsurge in struggle brings with it new voices, new leaders to champion its cause. The burgeoning anti-austerity movement in the U.K could have done a lot worse than find one such voice in Laurie Penny. The militant student demonstrations from the 10th November onwards plucked Laurie from relative obscurity and found in her a staunch defender of the right to protest and a merciless critic of the police brutality that came to characterise the demonstrations.