The Tories’ plans to ram through “seven day working” in the NHS will hit health workers and patients hard.
Disgraced peer Baron John Buttifant Sewel’s job used to include defending the unelected House of Lords. He would write indignant complaints about “wearied caricatures” whenever it was criticised.
Selling off services means misery for ordinary people and more wealth for the rich—now the privateers are using cuts to grab more, writes Raymie Kiernan
The MI5 security service pushed for a cover-up of child abuse allegations against Peter Morrison, according to Whitehall files.
Fresh inquests into the 1989 Hillsborough football disaster are continuing to hear evidence about fans’ last movements.
Barack Obama has economic as well as strategic motivations in mind for his extended interest in Africa, writes Alex Callinicos
David Cameron is on a war footing at home and abroad. He wants parliament to send British planes to bomb Isis forces in Syria and he has launched a new offensive against Muslims in Britain.