In the wake of a brawl between Derek Chisora and David Haye outside of the ring, some are calling for a ban on boxing. RJ Middleton asks whether this is an appropriate reaction to the incident
David Eade reviews the News International Wapping - 25 Years on exhibition that has been touring around the UK
Assed Baig comments on US initiatives to gain access to a previously ignored mineral rich area of the globe
John Pilger shows that in the Kabuki theatre of British parliamentary politics, great crimes do not happen and criminals go free
Introducting the death penalty is not only controversial but, as Chris Bath shows, it is too easy for mistakes to be made and for innocent people to die.
Hollywood is a place where they’ll pay you a thousand dollars for a kiss and fifty cents for your soulFebruary 25, 2012 5:49 pm Leave your thoughts
In an exclusive for the London Progressive Journal, writer and former actor John Wight reflects on his years in Hollywood and shines a spotlight on the 'glamour' of life in the movie industry
Felix McHugh asks whether Social Security appeal tribunals provide good value for taxpayers' money
Thomas Riggins examines the background and ideology of the Ennanah Party, now heading the governing alliance in Tunisia following the overthrow of President Ben Ali
The people of Spain are actively resisting the effects of austerity. As Bryan G Taylor explains, no amount of 'Reforma Laboral' will stave off call for a revolutionary change
A conflict is brewing, and China, emboldened by astonishing economic growth as well as military advancement, seems to be gearing up to challenge the US's uncontested military dominance in the region, writes Ramzy Baroud.