A self-perpetuating political spiral is blocking the easier ways of preventing environmental collapse.
Don’t Move, Don’t Stop
The Police Bill would criminalise an entire minority: it’s as if nothing has been learnt from the 20th Century.
The government has gone to extreme lengths to close our borders to refugees and people seeking work, yet has left them wide open to Covid-19.
The obsession with the birthrates of the poor has a grim history, and is used by the rich to transfer blame.
Lying In State
History, as the government tells it, is one long lie, airbrushing a host of atrocities.
The government proposes the cultural cleansing of the Romani and Traveller life from Britain.
For some of those immersed in virtual worlds, everything loses its meaning – even racism and fascism.
We should stop recycling the old “Yellow Peril” myth. The people most hostile to action on climate change are American and British, not Chinese.
As It Happened …
A letter to the Travellers’ Solidarity Network.
The Holocaust We Will Not See
Avatar half-tells a story we would all prefer to forget
The New Chauvinism
Why should I love this country?
Africans have good reason to be suspicious of British involvement in their affairs
The Immigrants the Tabloids Love
The rightwing campaign against economic migrants may not be as irrational as it appears.
Beneath the enduring hostility to Gypsies lies an ancient envy of the nomadic life
Black Shirts in Green Trousers
The far right is moving in, and greens and globalisation campaigners must do more to shut it out.
Racial profiling threatens to widen the conflict for which Bush and Blair are preparing.
We Share the Blame for Zimbabwe
Britain’s Debt to its People Runs into Billions
Travelling people are being hounded out of existence
The Government claims to be stamping it out: in truth it is encouraging it
The British National Party reinvents itself