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What's life like for British Muslims since 7/7: the worst terror attack in UK history?
Why the case for a UK arms boycott of Israel is now unanswerable
David Cameron's full spectrum Syria idiocy: will Tony Blair sue him for plagiarism?
demolishes David Cameron's 'bullshit' response to Tunisia massacre »
Reviews: what the papers say about the new film We Are Many
From The Guardian to the Daily Mail, Amir Amirani's film telling the story of the biggest protest in global history has received glowing reviews.
Reasons why it's not anti-Semitic to say the state of Israel should not exist
The only just solution is establishment of a democratic secular state of Palestine in which Jews, Arabs and Christians all have equal rights.
The terrifying prospect for us all if what the Trident whistleblower says is true
If William McNeilly has exposed slack and dangerous practices at the UK's nuclear base, then he has done everyone a service.
We Are Many – the film that tells the secret story of people power
A great virtue of the film is how it shows the impact 15 February 2003 had on movements that followed and even now is shaping politics.
How UK taxpayers help pay for Saudi Arabia's incineration of children in Yemen
UK law bans all assistance to those involved in the cluster munitions trade and managing investments may be a criminal offence.
BBC admits breaching its own rules by broadcasting pro-Israel propaganda
Will the BBC change its ways now Palestine Solidarity Campaign has forced it to admit pro-Israeli bias in its broadcasts and online articles?
We're all going to die: Navy whistleblower on run after exposing Trident safety failings
Trident whistleblower William McNeilly said he had “sacrificed everything” alerting the public and the government to a major threat.
From Iraq war to anti-austerity marches: do mass demonstrations achieve anything?
If the biggest anti-war protest in human history could be ignored, then why bother marching for or against anything ever again?
Why the United States doesn't give a fig for Saudi Arabia's abuse of human rights
The US remains silent amidst human rights horrors to preserve a partnership that fills US corporate banks and arms Saudi monarchs.
What now for Palestinians after 67 years of Israeli ethnic cleansing?
Every year, Palestinians commemorate the 1948 Nakba, when they were forcibly displaced from their land by Zionist militias.
Good news: UK counter-extremism plans could be used to silence Katie Hopkins
Will Tory government plans to ban “hate speech” by “extremists” that would undermine “British values” be used to silence bigots like The Sun's Katie Hopkins?