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From guns to government

23 Mar 2017

Kevin Bean unravels the enigma of Martin McGuinness - IRA commander and deputy first minster of Northern Ireland

Hammond’s self-employed U-turn

16 Mar 2017

The Tories know that they have to preserve the middle classes, argues Paul Demarty

Predictions amidst uncertainties

16 Mar 2017

Yassamine Mather looks behind the rhetoric of the ‘resistance economy’

True fake news

16 Mar 2017

Perhaps there is another agenda lurking behind Trump’s travel ban, muses Mike Macnair

Worse than it appears

16 Mar 2017

Why go for open privatisation when you can quietly administer concealed poison? James Linney describes the reality of underfunding

Divisions over unity

09 Mar 2017

Squabbles in the British anti-Trump campaign say much about the forces involved, reckons Paul Demarty - and little of it good

Toilet-paper labour

09 Mar 2017

Thomas Klikauer reviews: David Macaray, 'Night shift - 270 factory stories', CreateSpace Independent Publishing, 2015, pp360, $17.99

All or nothing

09 Mar 2017

Erdoğan is going for bust in an attempt to cling onto power, writes Esen Uslu

Mayakovsky and the avant garde

09 Mar 2017

What was the truth about Soviet art? Rex Dunn looks at the real reasons behind its decay

Huge demo boosts fightback

09 Mar 2017

After the ‘biggest ever’ pro-NHS event, writes Peter Manson, what we need now is winning politics

Zionist attack on free speech

09 Mar 2017

The Palestine Solidarity Campaign must oppose bogus definitions of ‘anti-Semitism’, argues Tony Greenstein

What was Straight Left?

09 Mar 2017

Lawrence Parker investigates the political origins of Jeremy Corbyn’s director and deputy director of strategy and communications

The inferno erupts

02 Mar 2017

The struggle for women’s liberation cannot be left to the feminists. The Russian Revolution shows that women’s liberation and the struggle for socialism are inseparable, argues Anne McShane

Return of the killer air

23 Feb 2017

Tinkering measures cannot halt pollution, writes Arnulf Solberg

Flee, die or receive baptism?

16 Feb 2017

Rex Dunn reviews: Mihail Sebastian, 'For two thousand years', Penguin Modern Classics, 2016, pp231, £9.99