Former Labour MP and Shadow Cabinet member, Bryan Gould, reflects on the tendency to lionise and exaggerate the importance of Margaret Thatcher's contribution towards promoting free market economics
Dr Faysal Mikdadi reviews Amin Maalouf's Disordered World
Confiscating the customer deposits in Cyprus banks, it seems, was not a one-off, desperate idea of a few Eurozone "troika" officials scrambling to salvage their balance sheets reveals Ellen Brown
Former British Prime Minister's fee market policies paved the way for current economic crisis and she legislated the UK's first new anti-gay law in over 100 years: Section 28, writes Peter Tatchell, Director, Peter Tatchell Foundation.
Why are 97 per cent of our rivers shut to the public? A millionaire minister's amazing conflicts of interest give you a clue, writes George Monbiot.
History gives us perspective, it's the chance to look back on events and examine the findings. History is the opportunity to question our direction writes Hussein Al-Alak
I find it incredible that ordinary US citizens believe that they have the right to keep and bear arms in this day and age writes Susan Walpole
What is modern propaganda? For many, it is the lies of a totalitarian state. In the 1970s, I met Leni Riefenstahl and asked her about her epic films that glorified the Nazis, writes John Pilger.