The only way forward is back: to retrace our steps and seek to return atmospheric concentrations to around 350ppm, writes George Monbiot.
"Someone must have traduced Joseph K., for without having done anything wrong he was arrested one fine morning"
The last ditch attempt by the House of Lords to stop wholesale privatisation of the NHS has failed
David Eade explains that since the financial crisis started there has been a fall in support for the Royal Household
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Since the economic reform of the 1980's, politicians like Blair, Thatcher and Prescott absolutely believe that the working class no longer exists and the majority of UK citizens are now middle class, writes Elijah Pryor.
On May 2, the FBI suddenly announced that they had placed Assata Shakur on its "Most Wanted Terrorists" list. The FBI's accusations target Shakur as an individual, but the labeling of her as a terrorist is an attack on all revolutionaries says Eugene Puryear
On Sunday 12 May Bulgaria will hold its general election. The outcome will not only be closely awaited by the people of that country but by fellow European Union States and organisations such as Transparency International, which has been monitoring corruption in Bulgaria for over a decade, writes David Eade.
What happens to people when they become government science advisers? Are their children taken hostage? Is a dossier of compromising photographs kept, ready to send to the Sun if they step out of line? George Monbiot writes.