The Tories haven't had things all their own way in the run up to Wednesday's strike, and now they seem anxious. We have to turn their weakness into our strength, argues David Jamieson.
Leader of Unite argues that this week's day of action is a rebuke to an elite that gives money to banks at the expense of the poor - "There will be more action, more turbulence – including civil disobedience from the expanding coalition of resistance which Unite supports."
N30 is an important day for all those who want to defeat the Con-Dem government and the austerity agenda. Ben Wray puts forward five arguments to take the movement forward from the strike onwards.
The credit rating agency Standard & Poors have donwgraded Belgium and demanded austerity. The response from the Government has been all too predictable: whatever the markets want, we'll deliver. Chris Bambery argues its high time the people of Europe rose up against this madness.
James Foley interviews Guy Standing, professor of economic security at the University of Bath and author of The Precariat: The New Dangerous Class.
Europe is embroiled in a multi-layered crisis with no end in sight. Austerity is intensifying the problem, but for the European ruling class it is the only solution they know.
Chris Bambery appeared on Russia Today, explaining how the US and Britain are very selective in the use of sanctions.
Mohamed Atef from the Socialist Renewal Current in Egypt posted this report on Monday 21st November with the latest update from the situation in Tahrir Square and across Egypt.
Eden Springs is a company that illegally sources water from occupied Israeli territories. Yet Glasgow University give this company thousands of pounds every year despite saying they have to cut courses. Sarah Watson investigates.