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Labour’s Lost Soul: the UK and the Labour Party leadership election

by Lesley Docksey

Mon 31st Aug 2015
I’ve done it, pushed out my boat on to uncharted seas and voted for Jeremy Corbyn to be leader of Britain’s Labour Party... [read more]

A Guide to Identifying Roses

by Simon Cockle

Sun 30th Aug 2015
A poem by Simon Cockle... [read more]

EDITORIAL: Why drone assassinations just don't work

by Tomasz Pierscionek

Sun 4th Nov 2012
The London Progressive Journal gives its take on current events in our editorial column... [read more]
 

The Molten Three

by Uri Avnery

Sun 30th Aug 2015
In 2009, the three leading ministers – Netanyahu, Barak and Lieberman – decided that the time had come to attack Iran... [read more]

The Self Hating Arab

by Faysal Mikdadi

Sun 30th Aug 2015
It felt odd to speak on Skype to a friend in war torn Syria. We had not seen each other since our school days in the 1960s... [read more]

EDITORIAL: This is free Europe, never again!

by Tomasz Pierscionek

Sat 16th Jun 2012
The London Progressive Journal gives its take on current events in the latest editorial... [read more]
 

Trumping the Federal Debt Without Playing the Default Card

by Ellen Brown

Wed 26th Aug 2015
The government can reduce the debt by buying it – and ripping it up... [read more]

Iraq Inquiry – Five Year, £10 Million Whitewash of Blair Regime?

by Felicity Arbuthnot

Wed 26th Aug 2015
Bereaved UK families who lost sons and daughters in the illegal invasion of Iraq have now threatened legal action against Sir John Chilcot... [read more]

EDITORIAL: Murdoch, Mensch and a new England Manager

by Emmeline Ravilious

Wed 9th May 2012
The London Progressive Journal gives its take on current events in the latest editorial... [read more]
 

The Magician's Apprentice

by Uri Avnery

Sun 23rd Aug 2015
One has to choose: Binyamin Netanyahu is either incredibly shrewd or incredibly foolish... [read more]

The Douma Market Attack: a Fabricated Pretext for Intervention?

by Eric Draitser

Sun 23rd Aug 2015
Eric Draitser raises important questions about the recent attack on a market in the Syrian town of Douma and highlights gaps in the official narrative of events... [read more]

On the way to the Boardroom

by John Gohorry

Sun 23rd Aug 2015
A poem by John Gohorry... [read more]
 

Over Forty Percent of US Children are Living in Poverty

by Thomas Riggins

Sat 22nd Aug 2015
A report from Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health reveals that forty four percent of US children are living in poverty... [read more]

“What’s in a Name?”

by Faysal Mikdadi

Thu 20th Aug 2015
Dr Faysal Mikdadi asks if first names are linked with the individual name holder's GCSE results... [read more]

Syria: From the sublime to the shameful

by Aleppo resident

Sun 16th Aug 2015
What follows is a report from a resident of Aleppo whose identity is not revealed for reasons of security... [read more]
 

To Catch a Saint

by Faysal Mikdadi

Sun 16th Aug 2015
A poem from Dr Faysal Mikdadi... [read more]

Has Jeremy Corbyn started the political conversation that England needs?

by Lesley Docksey

Sun 16th Aug 2015
Many people, battered and depressed by the result of the general election cheered up when Jeremy announced he was entering the Labour leadership contest... [read more]

Jewish Terrorists

by Uri Avnery

Sat 15th Aug 2015
Some of my best friends demand that I write an article condemning unconditionally the "administrative detention" of Jewish terrorists. ... [read more]
 

British Government Racism – Europe’s Shame?

by Felicity Arbuthnot

Fri 14th Aug 2015
Britain’s top “diplomat” has accused migrants of threatening Europe’s “standard of living.”... [read more]

A Corbyn leadership

by Bryan Gould

Fri 14th Aug 2015
Bryan Gould, former Labour shadow cabinet minister, asks how left-wing is Jeremy Corbyn... [read more]

US-Iran Nuclear Deal and Rapprochement: The Historic U.S Policy Paradigm Shift in the “Middle East” and Beyond

by Rachel Kohan

Fri 14th Aug 2015
With the signing of the Iran nuclear deal, western foreign policy is undergoing a fundamental paradigm shift... [read more]
 

Divide et Impera

by Uri Avnery

Tue 11th Aug 2015
Binyamin Netanyahu is not known as a classical scholar, but even so he has adopted the Roman maxim Divide et Impera, divide and rule.... [read more]

Cligg’s Clangers

by Lesley Docksey

Tue 11th Aug 2015
Dorset’s wildlife campaigners are working flat out to prepare for a possible badger cull... [read more]

A History of the Andalusian Dance

by Gareth WD

Tue 11th Aug 2015
A poem by Gareth Writer-Davies... [read more]