New Internationalist

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The Church of Stop Shopping: coming to a bank near you

As he tours Britain with his message of radical change, now is the chance to catch Reverend Billy, says Jamie Kelsey-Fry.

Filed in: Activism Climate Change Politics United Kingdom

David Cameron: don’t blame the internet for society’s ills

The British Prime Minister’s proposals on pornography follow a global tradition of politicians who try to control online access and fail, writes Symon Hill.

Filed in: Children Crime Internet Society United Kingdom

India, porn and sexual violence

Links between pornography and some despicable crimes are clear, argues Mari Marcel Thekaekara.

Filed in: Crime India Internet Politics Society United Kingdom

Every newborn deserves the royal treatment

After the highly anticipated arrival of the heir to the throne, new parent Nick Harvey highlights the dangers of pregnancy and childbirth in Africa.

Filed in: Africa Children Health United Kingdom Women

Feminism belongs in schools

A new campaign is supporting teenagers in the fight against sexism.

Filed in: Education England Women

Fancy some direct action? Join UK Uncut at HSBC

Jamie Kelsey-Fry argues that Britain is slowly becoming a country of activists as anti-austerity group challenges tax avoidance on the high street. 

Filed in: Activism Democracy Economics Politics Society United Kingdom

Deportation of Tamils helped the Sri Lankan state

Britain’s expulsion of ‘target population’ asylum-seekers has been valuable to Sri Lanka’s ‘counter-insurgency’ campaign, argues Phil Miller.

Filed in: Migration Politics Sri Lanka United Kingdom

Miliband’s mistake: or how not to win the next election

Labour’s approach to trade unionists is all wrong, says John Millington.

Filed in: England Politics Trade Unions

Can the Lewisham campaign save the NHS?

Jessica Ormerod warns that the Regime for Unsustainable Providers could be coming soon to a hospital near you.

Filed in: Activism Health Politics United Kingdom

Britain turns back the clock on migrant domestic workers

The government’s decision to end the overseas domestic worker visa has given bad employers opportunity to abuse, argues Paul Donovan.

Filed in: Human Rights Migration Politics United Kingdom Work

Debt, austerity, devastation: it’s Europe’s turn

As the creditors get fatter, the innocent are punished. Susan George laments a leadership subservient to big business.

Filed in: Arms Debt Economics Europe Military Politics Structural Adjustment

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