Labour's focus on cutting the deficit means progressive voters will have to look elsewhere for inspiration, writes George Monbiot.
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Allegations of a cover-up at Scotland Yard show that the British are as prone to malfeasance as any other nation, writes George Monbiot.
Britain pays billions to support farming, and then billions to repair the catastrophic damage it causes, writes George Monbiot.
There's more to life than consumerism. But to find it we need new models of supporting each other, writes George Monbiot.
By changing the rules, this government has sabotaged the promise of a UK community energy revolution and secured the dominance of the big six energy companies, writes George Monbiot.
The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership is a reckless destruction of democratic principles. But we can beat it, writes George Monbiot.
As a new report is published on the need to limit fossil fuel production to stop dangerous global warming, the UK is poised to pass an act committing governments to extracting as much oil out of the ground as possible, writes George Monbiot.
It's a morality tale for our times: three old rogues had two options. They could reveal their find or say nothing, and share it, writes George Monbiot.
From chickens pumped with antibiotics to the environmental devastation caused by production, we need to realise we are not fed with happy farm animals, writes George Monbiot.
Big business and its lobbyists have taken control of our politics. But there is an alternative. In the first of a new series, here's how we can take on the fat cats, writes George Monbiot.