A global system of production headed by corporate brands lies behind the latest tragedy in the garment industry, argues Ashok Kumar By early Thursday the toll had hit more than 1000 injured and 194 killed in Bangladesh’s latest garment factory disaster. The [...]
Margaret Thatcher is remembered fondly by Britain’s elite. Stuart King explains why.
If it seemed like impact of the shocking, but also predictable revelations into the Hillsborough disaster and cover-up were going away, the establishment can think again. Salford Rap collective Class Actions are releasing a free compilation album entitled ‘RIP up [...]
The editor of London Student, is threatened with sacking by the University of London Union executive, this video examines some of the issues around the controversy
Alon Aviram looks at today’s threats against Iran ten years after the catastrophic invasion of Iraq “Don’t repeat the Iraq war with Iran” said Hans Blix bluntly at a recent press conference in Dubai. Lest we forget, Blix is the [...]
James Drummond reports on the campaign to save the Whittington
Members of the Queer (in) Crisis collective question the Sussex occupation and demos as empty forms and traditions, and discuss how to maintain the toxicity of protest. The current occupation at Sussex University is in its fifth week, with no [...]