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Abuse must be eradicated but the attack on Oxfam is disproportionate, argues Maggie Black in this opinion...

UK exporting PPPs

Carillion highlights how disastrous these can be – this policy must stop, argues Jenny Nelson.

A sketch of the proposed plan for the Camley Street sustainable development. Photo by Karukasevic and Carson architects

Radical plans might transform the way we approach development. Alessio Perrone reports.

The poor treatment of Chagossians is blight on Britain’s conscience. It must end now, writes Tom Guha.

Grenfell silent walk

Last weekend, a silent march commemorated the victims of the tragedy and demanded justice. Pablo Navarrete ...

Rev Billy walks with UNITE through the streets of Liverpool

Reverend Billy and the Stop Shopping Choir encourage other activists to think out of the box to reach...

Nick Dowson reports on Brexit’s impact on some Global South economies.

The main takeaway? The ‘British Left’ need no longer be placed within quotation marks, says NI’s ...

Requiem for Grenfell

A visual poem for those affected by the tragedy, by Julio Etchart.

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Anti-fracking campaigner Tina Rothery writes on what keeps her fighting back.

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An inner-city neighbourhood in north London has a radical plan to fight gentrification, writes Alessio Perrone...

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To grasp why Britain arms regimes, look at DSEI’s champagne bars, writes Joe Lo.

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Warwick Mansell offers a guide to a dangerous and little-understood school reforms

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Dan Glazebrook interviews Desmond Jaddoo about the 'Justice for Darren Cumberbatch' campaign...

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A gesture of love and solidarity from estates and communities in East London to Grenfell and their local community.

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Britain’s largest festival about refugees and sanctuary is more relevant than ever, writes Lydia Noon.

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