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The fight for reparations
explains what reparations could mean, drawing from the rich and varied global movement for repair.
Is England sliding further towards authoritarianism?
Stronger policing powers, harsher sentences and higher fines. Democratic protest is under threat from Westminster, as the sentencing of a Just Stop Oil activist this week shows. Andrea Brock and Nathan Stephens-Griffin write.
The kids are not alright
investigates the pandemic-compounded crisis in educational provision for England’s most marginalized children.
A new frontier for UK coal?
of Coal Action Network looks at how plans for the mine made it this far and how local people are stepping up to fight it.
The UK is taking aid back to its colonial roots
The government’s decision to scrap the Department for International Development will set back efforts to fix global inequalities by decades, writes
of Health Poverty Action.
The hostile environment in housing
on the legal fight against the British government’s racist ‘right to rent’ policy.
Paper promises: the Universal Declaration of Human Rights at 70
Why is it so easy for governments to ignore this much-feted document?
analyzes the British case.
Why CETA is no better
The agreement between Canada and the EU remains the wrong type of trade deal.
‘Catastrophic’ explosion risk on Diego Garcia
Revealed: Ships at the controversial naval base are crammed dangerously close.
The efficiency myth
dismantles the notion that the private sector does things better.
The case for public ownership
After decades of neglect, the mood is turning.
on the fightback against privatization.
The 'New Colonialism' – the case of Western Sahara
A new report shows that the British scramble for Africa is a continuation of the nation's foreign policy legacy,