MILITANT ANTI-FASCISM:?A HUNDRED YEARS OF RESISTANCE by M?Testa AK?Press £14.95
AND THE WEAK SUFFER WHAT THEY MUST: EUROPE, AUSTERITY AND THE THREAT TO GLOBAL STABILITY by Yanis Varoufakis The Bodley Head £16.99
Nigel Gardner says the centre-left needs to engage more with people’s genuine concerns over EU membership and the consequence of leaving
Political matters have been high on the agenda in Cannes, says Rita Di Santo who reports from its film festival
Greece has been forced to face a fresh round of austerity cuts in order to secure international debt aid to pay off previous help from the International Monetary Fund and …
After an early surge towards Brexit, the national mood appears doggedly balanced on a knife-edge. The ever-more risible claims and counter-claims of the inners and outers have, if anything, turned …
An attempt by the far right to take the presidency of Austria was seen off by the narrowest of margins when the former Green Party leader beat the anti-immigration Freedom …
David Cameron’s promise of a more “compassionate” approach to social reform in the Queen’s Speech immediately unravelled due to a broken promise.
David Cameron set out his plans for a more “compassionate” approach to social reform in the Queen’s Speech. But the Prime Minister’s plan to leave a “legacy” immediately unravelled due …
The “referendum effect” could spell trouble for the Conservatives – just as the Scottish independence poll had disastrous consequences for Labour, June’s European Union poll could hit the Tories too.
It’s possible for the recent election results to be SIMULTANEOUSLY both a triumph AND a disaster for Jeremy Corbyn, and for holders of either view to believe holders of the …
Leaving the EU would be risky for Britain and lead to a more dangerous world, insists Graham Lane
Florence Foster Jenkins Director: Stephen Frears Son of Saul Director: László Nemes
Labour is right to ban McDonald’s from its party conference. Dr Kailash Chand explains why
Never before has a Labour leader been subjected to so much abuse, so much disloyalty from certain Members of Parliament and so many attempts to destabilise his leadership.
The prospect of an organised leadership challenge against Jeremy Corbyn has receded following better-than-forecast local election results.
Pat Glass contends that quitting the European Union would have devastating consequences for employment rights and social protection
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History in the making, parliamentary jackals
Mildred Gordon, Harry Wu, Maurice Peston
It was not exactly a ringing vindication, but as a first national electoral test of Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership it was by no means a poor result.
Austria’s social democrat Chancellor Werner Faymann has unexpectedly resigned following his party’s heavy losses in last month’s presidential election.