Former Rotherham social work trainer Gordon Jelley speaks out about the scandal, and Sadie Robinson looks at why abuse was really left unchallenged
Health workers began voting last week in ballots that could see nearly half a million strike.
Demonstrators make a stand against the Nato military alliance's summit as David Cameron hints at the possibility of joining US in bombing Iraq.
Just days after the declaration of a ceasefire in Gaza, Israel has announced a takeover of land in the West Bank. Its leaders are bullish despite losing popularity, writes Ken Olende
The Ukraine crisis is a paradoxical situation—a conflict between two imperial powers, both of which see themselves as acting defensively, writes Alex Callinicos
Dave Sewell looks at what socialists in Britain can learn from the unravelling of Francois Hollande’s Labour-style government