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Günter Grass and the German neurosis

Scorching weather and climate

02 Aug 2018

Things have been hot, but there is more to climate change than increased temperatures, argues Eddie Ford

Dead end of intersectionality

02 Aug 2018

Only the working class can unify the oppressed, argues Mike Macnair. This is an edited version of his talk at the July 29 London Communist Forum

Telling lies about lies

02 Aug 2018

Despite its claims, the Commons select committee is undermining democracy, writes Paul Demarty

Where are the women?

26 Jul 2018

Yassamine Mather looks at one area where gender inequality looks set to continue

The degaying of Pride

12 Jul 2018

This year’s Pride parade was embroiled in controversy - a minor miracle, reckons Paul Demarty

Getting beyond capitalism

05 Jul 2018

Mike Macnair completes his critique of intersectionality and identity politics

No future for London

05 Jul 2018

The third runway is not inevitable. It must be stopped, argues Paul Demarty

Mistaken versions of Maoism

28 Jun 2018

Two books on intersectionality reviewed: 'How we get free: black feminism and the Combahee River Collective' by Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor (Haymarket, 2017, pp191, £9.70) and Asad Haider's 'Mistaken identity: race and class in the age of Trump' (Verso, 2018, pp132, £9.90)

Race and class

21 Jun 2018

Mike Macnair examines the critiques of intersectionality developed by Adolph Reed Jr and Walter Benn Michaels

Stand up for legalisation

21 Jun 2018

The Billy Caldwell case shows that the irrational drugs laws are all about policing people, not saving lives, argues Eddie Ford

Spirit of common struggle

14 Jun 2018

Terry Tapp A serf’s journal Zero Books, 2017, pp144, £9.99

The rag without qualities

14 Jun 2018

Paul Demarty bids farewell to the most hated man on Fleet Street

Understanding the dark side

07 Jun 2018

The art market continues to go up, says Rex Dunn, and one day it will crash. But what is happening to art?

A very British cover-up

07 Jun 2018

Conspiracies do happen, as the Jeremy Thorpe scandal proves. And Eddie Ford reckons the establishment might also conspire against Jeremy Corbyn in the event of a Labour victory

Space policy directive 2

31 May 2018

Donald Trump has signed a presidential directive designed to boost US space commerce and fend off any challenge from China. Jack Conrad says the left would be well advised not to welcome the latest promises of getting back to the moon and going on to Mars

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