Paul Blomfield says there is a disturbing bias against support for the arts in the most deprived areas
A Norwegian Tragedy: Anders Behring Breivik and the Massacre on Utøya by Aage Borchgrevink Polity, £20
Britain is uniquely placed to help the Bangladeshi people, argues Gavin Shuker
Bob Stewart considers the future for Britain’s armed forces in times that are both turbulent and financially strapped
The battle between left and right in the form of the Socialists and Democrats (S&D) and the European People’s Party (EPP) should this time and unlike in 2009 be a …
Changes to the TUPE regulations came into effect on January 31, paving the way for yet more privatisation of services.
New European Union rules will force member states allowing shale gas drills to publish a “scoreboard” showing compliance with “best environmental practices”.
The Monuments Men Director: George Clooney
Will financial regulators ever get tough? ask Austin Mitchell and Prem Sikka
Could Tories be kippered as Labour may divorce?
It’s taken some time and a few faltering, false starts, but the political engagement – let’s call it scaremongering – at a Westminster versus Edinburgh level over the future of …
A petition bearing more than 1.68 million individual signatures from around Europe, demanding legislation to guarantee universal access to water as a human right, was handed to European Union authorities …
The View from the Train: Cities and Other Landscapes by Patrick Keiller Verso, £14.99
The 1913 China Clay Strike by Nigel Costley Tolpuddle Martyrs Museum, £4.95
Glyn Ford salutes novelist, essayist and Spanish Civil War veteran George Orwell
Murray Rowlands describes the public schools’ anachronistic values that were calamitous in the Great War
Adrian Weir considers whether global trading proposals constitute good news or bad for working people
Commemoration not celebration of Great War
Let’s get organised now to get George Osborne out
Are referendums the best way to address complicated issues? asks Mark Hendrick
At a recent hearing of the European Parliament, the European TUC presented the results of its investigations into the activities of officials from the European Commission, the International Monetary Fund …
The nasty party turns on its own as Mac is knifed
The directors’ pay bill at private equity firm Terra Firma increased by 183 per cent last year, according to accounts filed at Companies House.