Environment
31 January 2008
One of the Prime Minister's principal advisers on the environment has accused him of frustrating efforts to reduce...
Politics
14 August 2006
Roger (not his real name) is autistic: he has severe learning difficulties and little ability to empathise with others...
International Politics
17 October 2005
Sarah and Anna are reluctant to give their full names in case the Israeli authorities stop them at at Ben Gurion...
Food and Drink
12 September 2005
In 2001, the Transport and General Workers' Union (TGWU) was the first union to pass a resolution endorsing the...
Society
29 August 2005
There were about 300 of us in the rented office space on Fleet Street in London: temporary employees staring at...
Human Rights
20 June 2005
A trafficked woman working in the sex trade is told she will not receive legal aid for her asylum claim, so she has no...
North America
06 June 2005
What exactly was George Galloway smoking around the time of his appearance before the US Senate investigative sub-...
Human Rights
25 April 2005
Two months ago, a 13-year-old schoolgirl was arrested in Ashford, Kent for throwing a snowball at a police car. It was...
Business
28 February 2005
Ahmed Ali laughs softly when I tell him that multinational coffee companies are concerned about the plight of coffee...
Human Rights
21 February 2005
Guy Taylor, angry about third-world poverty, the Iraq war and Britain's treatment of asylum-seekers, was planning to...
Human Rights
06 December 2004
Gordon Gentle joined the army in the Hillington Jobcentre in Glasgow. He had only gone to sign on, but an army...
Society
22 November 2004
Earlier this year a white British friend of mine, with dark skin and hair, was stopped by an immigration official...