Paula is depressed. She has no motivation to look after herself, to eat or to get dressed. Some days she stays in bed and doesn't open the curtains. Felix McHugh discusses the hurdles one of his clients faces in trying to navigate the welfare system.
Thomas Riggins reports on a ruling that states the "stop and frisk" policy used by the NYPD is a violation of the Fourth Amendment of the US Constitution
Brutal executions of Kurdish women activists in Paris – an attempt to derail the peace process that won’t succeedJanuary 13, 2013 12:00 am Leave your thoughts
David Morgan reports on the execution of three leading Kurdish activists in Paris
David Eade reports on Ed Milliband's speech at the Fabian Society conference today
I am a Palestinian British Muslim. I take great pride in my dual heritage. There shouldn't be a price to pay for this duality, but there is. I have paid it always reluctantly, occasionally resentfully and once or twice bitterly, writes Faisal Mikdadi
As part of his series of articles analysing Lenin's classic work "Left-Wing" Communism: an Infantile Disorder, Thomas Riggins looks at what Lenin had to say about compromise and cooperation with political rivals
It seems crazy, but the evidence about lead is stacking up. Behind crimes that have destroyed so many lives, is there a much greater crime asks George Monbiot.
After a lull over the Christmas period there have once again been violent protests on the streets of Belfast reports Conor
Millions of people around the world are wishing President Hugo Chavez a quick recovery so he can continue to improve the lives of Venezuelans and show the world that there is an alternative to the ravages of disaster capitalism
On the second day of the new year a 57-year-old family man in Malaga set fire to himself because he has no work, no money and no future says Michael S