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Stockwell Depot
Artists who defied the market – and the Tate

The relatively obscure but significant Stockwell Depot group changed the history of art in Britain during a turbulent period. Corinna Lotz reports and interviews curator Sam Cornish.

Jeremy Corbyn
Why Labour should vote for Jeremy Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn’s barnstorming campaign for the Labour leadership is intensifying the fear and panic at the top of a party that is displaying all the signs of fragmentation and a collective nervous breakdown.

Jeremy Corbyn at Croydon
Corbynmania sweeps Croydon

“Whatever the result of the Labour leadership process, we will stay together,” was the rallying call from Labour leadership contender Jeremy Corbyn, addressing over 600 supporters in Croydon.

Tolpuddle
Tolpuddle march grows in face of new union threats

Thousands of trades unionists and their families descended on the tiny Dorset village of Tolpuddle last weekend to celebrate the lives of the six famous farmworkers from the village. Photo report by Peter Arkell

this is a coup
A very capitalist coup

The political and economic humiliation heaped upon Greece by the major European capitalist states led by Germany has shocked people around the world. The hashtag #ThisIsACoup trended on Twitter as global cyber-anger reflected what in essence had taken place.

The case for a citizens' convention on the constitution

Despite a police crackdown, on the pretext that an illegal rave was taking place, Runnymede eco-village went head with its Festival for Democracy on the weekend of the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta.

Paul Feldman, A World to Win's communications editor, presented the case for a citizens' convention on the constitution.

Global economic crisis video
The global economic crisis

In these 2 videos, Gerry Gold explains how a toxic mixture of deflation and an increasing build up of debt is driving the global capitalist economy to a new crisis. Part 2: How the economic crisis points to the possibilities of a transition beyond capitalism.

 

Magna CartaWanted: A Magna Carta for the 21st century

The attacks on the rule of law and access to justice – two key principles of the Magna Carta – by successive governments should lead us to rethink the existing relationship between the state and citizens and then to reimagine democracy.
By Paul Feldman.

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