The Con-Dems have had it their way too long. We have to turn this country around
Official inflation figures understate the real extent of rising costs, but even the government's own CPI scheme lays bare the ongoing misery for working people and those dependent on benefits.
Stephen Twigg has won some initial support from teaching unions NUT and NASUWT for aspects of his plans for education in England.
Government leaders attending the G8 summit in Fermanagh feign concern about global poverty and corporate tax dodging, but they are committed to a system that guarantees such phenomena.
British and French government warmongers have finally had their wish granted by Barack Obama's decision to increase the supply of arms to forces seeking regime change in Syria.
The sincerity of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's offer of talks with protest organisers is compromised by his treatment of peaceful protesters.
"It's health and safety gone mad" is a saying, like "It's political correctness gone mad," that encapsulates a right-wing agenda.
If David Cameron is serious about helping African countries to take action to tackle hunger, the last thing he should be doing is bankrolling transnational corporations to the tune of £395 million.
The People's Assembly Against Austerity has the potential to unite disparate political forces in a coherent rebuff to the government's austerity agenda and to offer a real alternative.
Trade unionists should beware of reading too much into Ed Miliband's speech on welfare and mistaking what they would like to see in it for what's actually there.