Darren Saffin reviews Ken Loach's film The Old Oak, which is set in a dying northern English village following the arrival of Syrian refugee families.
While British PM Rishi Sunak and Labour opposition leader Keir Starmer are united in supporting Israel’s decimation of Gaza, resistance to the genocidal war is strong and having an impact, reports Derek Wall.
Jeremy Williams reviews Finite, a new film on coal protests in Britain and Germany, which will screen in Australia later this year.
The British Labour Party’s National Executive Committee (NEC) has voted to bar former leader Jeremy Corbyn from standing as a Labour candidate in the 2024 general election, reports Alex Salmon.
Britain has revealed it will supply Ukraine with armour-piercing depleted uranium shells, despite the health and environmental harms associated with the materiel, reports Binoy Kampmark.
Allan Todd discusses the urgent need to address climate change and the upcoming Extinction Rebellion protest in London calling for system change to tackle the climate, social and economic crises.
Britain’s Illegal Migration Bill is bankrupt, unprincipled and modelled on Australia’s cruel refugee policy, writes Binoy Kampmark.
Writer, journalist, filmmaker and tennis enthusiast David Berry reveals tennis’ secret radical history, writes Alex Salmon.
Ahead of a significant day of industrial action across Britain, Terry Conway discusses the significance of the strikewave and what it will take to force the government’s hand.
British Labour MP John McDonnell argues that to force a negotiated settlement to Russia's war on Ukraine, the left should support Ukrainians' right to defend themselves.
About half a million workers took strike action across Britain on February 1, writes Terry Conway, in the biggest wave of strikes for over a decade.
Half a million trade unionists are gearing up for a national day of strike action on February 1, across England, Scotland and Wales, writes Terry Conway.
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