David Eade looks at allegations of a business scandal involving members of the Spanish royal family
It's a great irony that although human beings, as distinct from other animals, are characterised by their ability for rational thinking, so much of our behaviour is irrational, argues John Green.
It really doesn't take much to kill a 'militant' in Gaza, argues Ramzy Baroud.
Karl Davis has some advice for David Cameron
The London Progressive Journal gives its take on current events in the latest fortnightly editorial
The 2011 revolution of the people of Egypt shocked the international community on many different levels, says Iqbal Tamimi.
There is profit to be made in keeping the public fearful, Bryan G Taylor explains
In the first of her interviews using the novel 'Lego Serious Play' method, Patrizia Bertini speaks to one of the occupiers at the OccupyLSX camp.
Felix McHugh looks at the how the Coalition government plans to cut Employment and Support Allowance to further impoverish those who have the least
The corporate newspapers are the elite's enforcers, misrepresenting the sources of oppression, says George Monbiot.