By Julie Hyland, December 22, 2012
The Conservative/Liberal Democrat coalition intends to roll out the conditions that exist in academies to all public schools, in preparation for the handing over of education to the private sector.
By Mark Blackwood, December 22, 2012
A report reveals that when compared to the London area, the UK’s poorest region in the North East has almost three times the rate of self-harm/attempted suicide hospital admissions.
By Julie Hyland, December 20, 2012
By threatening teachers with pay cuts, the government intends to create a precedent that will be used against all public sector workers.
By Richard Duckworth, December 19, 2012
Private consultancy firms have been central to the coalition government’s plans to carve up the National Health Service.
By Julie Hyland, December 18, 2012
The British government has agreed to pay £2.23 million to Libyan Sami al-Saadi and his family, who were kidnapped with the aid of MI6 and rendered to Tripoli.
By Robert Stevens, December 17, 2012
Labour has utilised the coalition government’s recent budget to assure big business it is prepared to enforce attacks on the poor.
By Robert Stevens, December 15, 2012
Local authority councils throughout the UK are planning more than a billion pounds in further cuts to be imposed next year and years beyond.
By Tony Robson, December 13, 2012
A leaked document exposes how intense lobbying shaped government health policy during a fraudulent public “listening exercise” on the Health and Social Care Bill.
By Julie Hyland, December 13, 2012
The monarchy is the human embodiment of a social order based on wealth, privilege and class oppression.
By Julie Hyland, December 8, 2012
Chancellor George Osborne has added a further £5 billion cuts targeting welfare to the Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition’s austerity package of £155 billion.
By David Walsh, December 7, 2012
The announcement that Kate Middleton, wife of Britain’s Prince William and Duchess of Cambridge, is expecting a baby has produced unseemly squeals of delight from the American media and establishment generally.
By Dave Hyland, December 7, 2012
Six by-elections in England have underscored the hostility of broad layers of working people to the bourgeois political setup.