Though massively successful so far, THABO MILLER proposes ways the junior doctors might improve their campaign and takes a look at what their future might hold
Saturday 27th Aug 2016
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It’s no surprise billionaires attack Jeremy Corbyn when it is they who stand to gain from NHS privatisation, says DIANE ABBOTT
Sexist ideas about male and female ‘characteristics’ and ‘personalities’ are all-pervasive, but have little grounding in science, writes NIKKI DANCEY
Well folks it’s time to get out those lab coats and dust off your safety goggles, ignite the Bunsen burners and tabulate the data.
Yes it can only mean one thing, the return of science friction corner.
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As the so-called ‘gig economy’ comes into conflict with workers, bosses are fearful of collective action that undermines their ability to exploit. That is the lesson of the Deliveroo dispute, says STEVE SWEENEY
MANY THINK newly selected Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s attractions begin and end with her not being Donald Trump.
She may be pulling the Democrats further to the right than Obama. She may be very close to Wall Street and very enthusiastic about mad, pointless...
Friday 26th Aug 2016
While PETER FROST fondly remembers his packed lunch of Chatka crabmeat-filled sandwiches he’s concerned at the crustacean’s relentless conquering drive
Highlighting examples of distortions and omissions, GORDON MacLEOD says it’s up to everyone to hold the media to account
While the Labour right clings to the old New Labour values, SOLOMON HUGHES says it is they that are truly shambolic and the record shows it