Articles from Solidarity 3/84 are now online. Read them here.
Solidarity 3/84, 17 November 2005
In Britain today, one child in three grows up in poverty, in a household with less than half the average income; in 1968, the figure was one in ten.
Alan Johnson, the Blairites’ favourite ex union leader, has made a call for the unions’ influence in the Labour Party to be curtailed.
Sean Matgamna replies to Barry Finger’s On anti-war slogans: lessons from two wars (Solidarity 3-81)
By David Broder
The Civil Partnership Act coming in to force on 5 December comes with the pretensions of offering gay couples the same rights as married heterosexual couples.
Eric Lee comments on the election of Amir Peretz to leader of the Israeli Labour Party
Things can only get
Greenpeace protesters dumped sacks of coal outside Downing Street on Monday morning to protest against the British government’s lack of action against climate change.
Rosalind Robson reviews The Last Tommy (BBC1), and The Somme, (Channel Four)
It is 12:20 in New York a Friday
three days after Bastille day, yes
it is 1959 and I go get a shoeshine
Michael Wood reviews The Brothers Grimm
Terry Gilliam’s latest fantastical extravaganza has all the usual exemplary production values and quirky characters. But is there anything more to it?