Politicians let 1,300 people die in just one week rather than look ‘soft’ on immigration, reports Ken Olende
The deaths of more than 1,300 people in only one week in the Mediterranean Sea has been called a tragedy. It is. But it is not a natural or inevitable one.
National Gallery bosses have been forced to say they will pay staff the London Living Wage. The gallery was the only national museum or gallery in London not to pay it.
A former chief superintendent has admitted that police presented a report referring to Liverpool fans as drunk “animals” in the wake of the Hillsborough disaster.
The Emperor’s New Clothes starring Russell Brand is a refreshing antidote to the election’s consensus of austerity and racism, says Tomáš Tengely-Evans
Rather than undertake productive investments, the corporations are shoving money into the financial markets, writes Alex Callinicos
A new left is emerging from the splits of the ruling ANC party. But not all the new radicals are involved, reports Ken Olende