Correspondence Old Red Lion, London BU21 Theatre 503, London
The stramash over Iain Duncan Smith’s post-Budget resignation has, albeit for good reasons, over-shadowed the sheer economic incompetence of George Osborne’s package.
Ian Hernon considers the facts and the elaborations of the violent events that few initially supported but which led to the creation of the Irish Republic
Asa Briggs, BAry Hines, Rob Ford, John Evans
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s troops liberated the ancient town of Palmyra after heavy fighting, losing 180 soldiers and killing more than 400 of the Islamic State terrorists who captured the …
The fate of the British steel industry is teetering in the balance after India-based Tata announced it is pulling out of all its UK operations, including Port Talbot.
Will June 23 mean Brexit? John Holden assesses the state of play in an increasingly febrile campaign
Thomas Bailey meets one of the thousands of refugees arriving every day on the shores of the Greek island of Lesbos
A change in direction is needed to roll back the policies that have increased the wealth of the top 40 per cent, argues Stewart Lansley, and one solution is to …
Single Spies Richmond Theatre and touring
The Ones Below Director: David Farr Marguerite Director: Xavier Giannoli
I remember feeling like this when Neil Hamilton sued Mohamed Al-Fayed for libel in 2001, or when George Galloway debated late-period neo-con Christopher Hitchens in New York in 2005: how …
German Chancellor Angela Merkel refused to ditch her government’s policy on refugees after holding off the strongest showing for a right-wing populist party since the Second World War.
New measures to protect “posted worker” in the European Union will not do enough to guarantee equal pay and conditions, according to trade unions.
The BBC is guilty of sensation-seeking with a much-hyped documentary series, suggests Les Hull
Tony Burke says Chinese over-production is a growing threat
All over the world the frustration of those who feel excluded or socially disinherited seems to be bursting into populist, often incoherent fury, from redneck Trumpery in the United States …
James Douglas takes a sample of views on theleft about the thorny problem of the EU – should we stay or should we go?
It all started with a phone call. Two socially responsible, empathetic young men, driven by an overwhelming desire to make a difference, have launched a crusade to help people living …