The Conservative minister charged with protecting wildlife is making a packet as a result of weak wildlife protection laws, writes George Monbiot.
Miles Caston makes the case that life is better lived off-line
Baroness Tonge, spoke at the House of Lords in January 2009 of the "impotence of the international community, not just in Gaza, but'over 40 years of occupation of Palestine by Israel," Ramzy Baroud explains further.
David Lane reviews 'The Strongman: Vladimir Putin and the Struggle for Russia' by Angus Roxburgh
When my second child reaches my age I fear the NHS, along with the tiger and rhino, will be part of a mythologised arcadia, writes George Monbiot.
The London Progressive Journal gives its take on current events in our editorial column
Karl Davis makes the case for the Labour Party to embrace its Trade Union roots as part of its challenge to show there is an alternative to the unpopular austerity programme implemented by the Tory dominated Coalition
Colin Todhunter reveals the motives behind those launching personal attacks on Booker prize winning novelist, activist and social commentator, Arundhati Roy
Are our national media outlets the domain of the middle class, or is the truth even worse...? Felix McHugh discusses
The passion of Bradley Manning- the story of the suspect behind the largest security breach in US historyApril 14, 2012 2:57 am Leave your thoughts
Dr Tomasz Pierscionek reviews a book about Bradley Manning- the young American soldier recognised as being the source behind thousands of documents that appeared on the Wikileaks website