In this edited extract from his book "The Jewish Revolt" Neil Faulkner argues that Jesus was a revolutionary.
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PCS member Coel Hen makes the argument for fighting to save the vital HMRC enquiry centres.
Ben Wray exposes the Labour Party's hypocritical opposition to the Bedroom Tax, and argues that the real test is whether they are willing to use the power they have to, at the very least, stop evictions.
After Osborne's austerity budget, Gregor Clunie argues for a dynamic response to a parasitical ruling class.
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Alex Tsipiras, President of the Parliamentary Group of SYRIZA, writes on the "strategy of colonization throughout the European South" of the German Government backed by finance capital and the meaning of the current crisis in Cyprus.
Callum Morrison looks at Cromwell's decision to axe the House of Lords over three and half centuries ago on this day. He argues that the House of Lords remains 'useless and dangerous', and we have something to learn in Scotland from the radicalism of the English civil war.
Megan Cowie looks at the intrigues behind the recent Presidential appointment in China
After the recent headline-grabbing instances of sexism from Glasgow University Union board members, Clopin Meehan looks at the institutional sexism of both the union and the university, how and why it's been reproduced over generations, and the current opportunity for feminists and socialists to strike significant blows to misogyny on campus.