Russell Brand has spoken to Newsnight about his “alternative to corporate hegemony”. Presenter Evan Davis quizzed the comic about his ownership proposals for General Motors but was told it was a “silly administrative quibble”.
As flights are cancelled, communities stigmatised & mildly sick people fear for their lives, is it worth questioning what the biggest threat to our collective wellbeing is: rare tropical diseases, or the media coverage of them?
Reaction to news that UK Parliament has voted by a majority in favour of government plans to join air strikes against IS in Iraq.
5 years after receiving the Nobel Peace Prize and campaigning on a platform that endorsed having “a nuclear-free world” in the not so distant future, Barack Obama’s policies will now reportedly see $1 trillion in new nuclear defence spending over the next 30 years.
This Sunday, Sept 21st, 2000 marches will be taking place all around the world showing climate mobilisation to the heads of state heads gathered at the historic summit on climate change in NYC next week.
I answer your comments – today’s edition focusses on responses to last week’s episode about the conflict in Iraq and the agenda for military intervention.