War with the Wullies

This planning battle is a fight between the people and a totalitarian model of capitalism. Read more.

Think of a Tank

The “free market thinktanks” and their secret funders are a threat to democracy. Read more.

How the Billionaires Broke the System

The US deficit reduction plan makes no sense – until you remember who’s behind the Tea Party movement. Read more.

A Hippocratic Oath for Journalists

What do we do about the power of the corporate media? Here’s one answer. Read more.

A Death Foretold

Why have successive governments been waging war on one of the world’s best health systems? Read more.

Stripped Bare

Shocking new financial manouevres by the British government show who it’s really working for. Read more.

A Corporate Coup d’Etat

You thought elections counted for something? Look at what wasn’t in the manifesto. Read more.

The Great Ventriloquist

Why is a former Greenpeace activist siding with Indonesia’s logging industry? Read more.

Toxic Brew

The Tea Parties didn’t arise spontaneously: they were boiled up by big business. Read more.

Britain’s Shock Doctrine

The economic crisis is the disaster the Conservatives have been praying for. Now they can reshape the economy on corporate lines. Read more.

Sending Off the Ref

The government’s disastrous new deregulation programme means that the poor will be fouled by the rich. Read more.

The Real Climate Scandal

Shocked by the hacked emails? Wait till you see what the other side’s been up to. Read more.

Case Studies

Here’s the evidence for the contentions in The Real Climate Scandal Read more.

The Great Cop-Out

Impeded by Gordon Brown, the G20 has decided that bankers won’t be properly regulated. Read more.

Subsidising the Climate Crash

Why have government agencies been paying to increase the number of flights? Read more.

Mandelson’s Fifth Column

The British government’s business department exists to undermine democracy. Read more.

Scrap It

Pay drivers to scrap their cars? We might as well burn ten-pound notes in power stations. Read more.

Squandered

This is how a government elected to stamp out sleaze became worse than its predecessor. Read more.

The Other Bail-Out

Another set of corporations is pressing for public money. Governments should let them die. Read more.

Congress Confronts Its Contradictions

They baled out of the bail-out, but the money will still have to come from us. It always has. Read more.