This weekend hundreds of international supporters will gather to protest the assassinations of South African housing activists.
Category Archives: Social Justice
Benefit fraud accounted for just 0.7 per cent of welfare spending in 2013/2014, according to new government figures published today.
Reviewing Owen Jones’ new book, The Establishment, Carl Packman finds that what changes the British Establishment of today is merely the means with which they contain dissent
We should be clear: schools, universities, and leading firms all have a part to play in the continuation of elitism and social class discrimination
Taking your own life is not easy. I know I’ve tried, and obviously failed. When you commit suicide you haven’t lost a battle with depression or illness or whatever it maybe. No, you have won – you have taken the final step away from an insoluble problem.
Further punitive restrictions on Universal Credit are on the way.
More than two thirds of people on the government’s controversial Work Programme are still without a job after two years on the scheme, according to new figures.
TweetHis welfare schemes keep imploding, severely ill people keep being declared fit for work and so many people are falling through cracks in the benefits system that food bank use surpassed a million this year. Yet Iain Duncan Smith soldiers on. The media seem obsessed with discussing Ed Miliband’s appearance, but the man who has […]