Ungrateful as I feel for bashing someone who was actually trying to be helpful, it was difficult not to (a) laugh and then (b) groan at a short letter I recently received from a client's local MP, writes Felix McHugh
Exiled Iranian journalist and documentary filmmaker, Lila Ghobady, talks about the fabrication of history through film
The 'private good, public bad' madness sees a bedroom tax foisted on the poor while the rich amass vast property wealth, writes George Monbiot.
Thomas Riggins guides us through Section I, Chapter I of Lenin's Materialism and Empirio-criticism
Patriotism is meaningless unless it extends to active participation in the fight against each and all of the threats to our sovereignty, to our liberty, and to our parliamentary and municipal democracy, writes David Lindsay.
It was once stated, that "those who ignore history are doomed to repeat its mistakes". Over the past few weeks, in the northern city of Manchester, UK, the question of learning has been at the very centre of the Anne Frank + You exhibition, writes Hussein Al-alak
David Eade discusses Hungary's answer to the Jarrow march
Viewers of Ken Loach's The Spirit of '45 are shocked to see Winston Churchill being booed and heckled during the 1945 General Election campaign. They ought not to be remotely surprised writes David Eade
George Osborne may be just about the last person in Britain to believe that austerity offers a real path to recovery from recession and the resumption of growth - and it may be doubted that even he remains a true believer, writes Bryan Gould
Why are we exploiting unconventional gas when we can't afford to burn existing supplies? George Monbiot asks the crucial question.