Syrian army soldiers flash the victory sign in the Rashideen neighborhood, in Aleppo province, Syria Morning Star  More...

Concerns raised about conditions at young offenders institution in Kent

INSPECTORS have raised concerns about the conditions at Cookham Wood Young Offender Institution (YOI) in Kent, which holds up to 188 boys aged between 15 and 18. Cookham Wood More...

Sinn Fein Feb 2020

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Stop the cuts at Goldsmiths: the not–so-hidden costs of the higher education ‘market’

Des Freedman reports on students and staff rallying at Goldsmiths against cuts and how it links up with the lecturers’ strike beginning this week Counterfire Daily  More...

No socialist should vote for Keir Starmer

In the aftermath of Corbyn, candidates understand the need to be seen to tack left. Kier Starmer’s career offers an insight into why we should examine the facts, argues More...

India considers export ban on critical drugs amid fears that coronavirus epidemic could lead to medicine shortages

A dozen essential medicines could face export restrictions in India, as New Delhi braces itself for the possibility of drug More...

Huge blaze rips through Mumbai building, fears mount people may be TRAPPED inside (VIDEOS)

A huge fire has erupted in a commercial building in downtown Mumbai. There are no reports of casualties so far More...

Marketising the Mental Health Crisis: How the CBT Empire-Builders Colonised the NHS

Just before the general election, a colleague and I met shadow health secretary Jonathan Ashworth’s team...

#ACFM: Acid Urbanism

Nadia Idle, Jeremy Gilbert and Keir Milburn discuss Acid Urbanism, including, The Right to the City,...

Bernie: Unbeaten

Michael and Aaron talk over the results of the New Hampshire primary, the government’s rushed deportation...

How we make poverty

Poverty requires a system change against the undervaluing of everything that poor people do only to expand More...

How we make poverty

Poverty requires a system change against the undervaluing of everything that poor people do only to expand the fortunes of the..

How we make poverty

Issue number:  524 Big stories:  Shut out For a few cents more We can’t grow our way out of poverty Who’s..

What do we do now?

This defeat is painful. Not least for those who will be hit hardest. Over 130,000 people have already been killed More...

Football’s Race Stain

Over the past few years, increasing attention seems to have been paid to the issue of racism in football. In October,..

15 reasons to #EndToryRule in GE2019

Red Pepper needs your support. Donate now. ——————————————— 1. Contributing to climate breakdown Boris Johnson’s cabinet is the most climate-sceptic ever. Over the..

Jeremy Corbyn and the new mainstream

Tweeting earlier in response to Jeremy Corbyn’s conference speech, Ed Miliband observed that the centre ground had moved and was being shaped..

Wuthering Heights at the Manchester Royal Exchange – theatre review

Andrew Sheridan’s adaptation of Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights is a powerful re-imagination, strongly performed at the Royal Exchange, writes Martin Hall Counterfire..

Ireland after the elections: a new period of instability opens up

The rise of Sinn Féin in the South of Ireland after the 8 February elections has opened up a new period..

Tory MP pictured hanging out with Hitler-loving, Holocaust-denying neo-Nazi at Brexit event

A newly elected Tory MP has attempted to defend herself after being pictured alongside two far-right activists – one of whom..