Palestinians have been made strangers in their own land, second-class citizens in the home of their forefathers, but they refuse to be a memory.
What can we do to roll back thirty years of neo-liberal economic policy and the systematic dismantling of our welfare state and the social values that underpin it?
Next time someone says that Britain has a proud history of welcoming refugees, it’s time to reply that it has a shameful history of creating them.
Because I am old, now 94, says Harry Leslie Smith, I recognise these omens of doom. Chilling signs are everywhere.
Poet Maureen Duffy celebrates the incredible impact of Whale Nation, which inspired an international campaign to ban hunting these mighty sea mammals.
Poet and singer Kate Tempest’s scathing attack on the state of society, directly accusing Prime Minister Theresa May of “dividing the people”.
British sports stars should follow the example of those in the US ‘taking a knee’ in protest against racial injustice in America.
May is unable to learn from history as she rushes towards a collision between illusion and reality.
The new British future is already beginning to emerge out of the fog of government incompetence, lies and fading promises.