Because I am old, now 94, says Harry Leslie Smith, I recognise these omens of doom. Chilling signs are everywhere.
To any who claim supremacy over other human beings, to any who believe in racial or religious hierarchy: we are not you.
The world has not been closer to nuclear war since the Cuban missile crisis in 1962, says Phil Hearse
Remembering Rachel Corrie, murdered, crushed by an Israeli army bulldozer, when attempting to prevent the demolition of a house in Rafah, Gaza.
Young people find Corbyn appealing because the system is no longer working for them in the way it did for previous generations.
Daily misery is normal under neoliberal capitalism, because misery is what the system asks of you.
Radiohead can “take the money and run”. The Palestinians’ struggle for freedom, justice and equality goes on.
If you’re tired of politicians playing at populism, come and see what democracy looks like when exercised directly by the people themselves.
It’s not about you or I as individuals. When people’s minds are opened up, there is no end to the possibilities.
Why should the government set the terms of a public inquiry into its own failings? An inquiry that honours the dead would investigate the wider causes of this crime.
Grenfell survivors fear a whitewash after judge Martin Moore-Bick said the public inquiry will be limited to how the fire started.
Will Grenfell Tower become another Hurricane Katrina — creating more privatization, profiteering, and community destruction?