Stephen Twigg has won some initial support from teaching unions NUT and NASUWT for aspects of his plans for education in England.
A theatre show linking the Peterloo Massacre with the 1980s rave scene
Organisers of the People's Assembly will be delighted if the Labour Party joins resistance to the Tory cuts. But it's not all about Ed Miliband
The case for a republic, sixty years after the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II
How employees are becoming more vulnerable to unfair treatment in the workplace
Some exciting vegetables that will bring the flavours of China and Japan to your kitchens
Charlie Taylor, now in charge of the new school-based training for student teachers, has been economical with the truth about his work experience in education.
If the debate over the past year is any guide, independence is clearly the progressive option for Scotland when the referendum takes place on September 18 next year.
Bologna has just voted to reject public funding for private Catholic-run nurseries, marking a victory for secular education and a blow to privatisation
Indignation at a blatant disregard of international agreements by profiteer Kristjan Loftsson
At a time of mobilisation of the working class against the savage cuts of this government the role of the local trades council has rarely been more important