If, in Istanbul's Taksim Gezi Park again to protest against plans for a controversial mall? Despite a court order forbidding the city government apparently plans to continue with the new building - the first clashes therefore already existed.
Made in Dagenham hails the Ford strike of ‘68 as a victory for women’s rights – but it was 18 years before the factory actually gave the workers what they wanted. Anna Silverman meets the sewing machinists who downed tools in 1984
Chief whip Michael Gove told Tory MPs that Thursdays will only be a 'one-line whip' until the election, so there will be no major votes or debates, leaving them to return to their constituencies early.
Gaza residents complain of constant explosions 'worse than IDF op.' as their homes are demolished, and local economy collapses. Residents in Gaza's south, and particularly the Sinai border town of Rafah, are being expelled from th...
Protesters have clashed with riot police outside Mexico City's National Palace, as thousands protested against President Enrique Pena Nieto's handling of the apparent massacre of 43 trainee school teachers.
Foreign governments are making hundreds of millions of pounds a year running British public services, according to an Independent investigation highlighting how privatisation is benefiting overseas – rather than UK – taxpayers.