How refreshing to see the messages of support from members of the Brazil national football team for the thousands of demonstrators protesting at the vast amounts of money spent by Brazilian authorities on football instead of improvements for Brazilian living standards.
Unison general secretary Dave Prentis says (M Star Monday June 17) that "hot desking" and other aspects of overcrowding among council officers and call centre workers can be very depressing and morale sapping.
Further to the debate about Wolfie Smith from Citizen Smith, I always felt that another good sitcom character was Shelley, what with the dealings he used to have with the staff at the Unemployment Benefit Office.
Every day that Parliament is in session activists from the Save Shaker Aamer Campaign are holding three-hour vigils opposite Parliament to demand urgent action by the government to bring Shaker Aamer home.
The US government now "assesses" with "high confidence" that the Assad government has used chemical weapons in Syria and Obama has therefore decided that he will provide "military support" to the rebels.
The piece by Graham Stevenson on the 1930s discussions in the Daily Worker on the need to lighten its contents, so as to engage better with working-class people, has lessons for today (M Star June 12).
Jeremy Corbyn MP is quite right (M Star June 5). The defence of legal aid is not a campaign by the legal profession for the legal profession but a campaign for anyone who is concerned about justice and access to it.
Today, Friday June 14, marks 100 years to the day since the funeral of Emily Davison (above), a woman militant activist who fought hard for the right for women to vote and many others issues which women were denied then.