John Mullen reports from France on the state of emergency, the left and more in the wake of the horrific attacks in Paris
A march by at least 40,000 fascists and their supporters dominated the streets of Warsaw on Poland’s Independence Day and grabbed the news headlines. The fascists’ march was bigger and broader than in previous years.
As the latest Hunger Games film nears its release date Sasha Simic examines the grim visions of the future on film and why the cinema offers such a harsh outlook
Once upon a time an artist named Banksy told the people of Britain:
It’s September, but it feels more like a kind of spring.
In 1976-77 punk hit Britain like a tidal wave, sweeping away all the tired music that stood in its way. It wasn’t just a London thing. Across the country local scenes developed. Many would argue that Manchester was the most important. In his occasional blog looking at punk, Hassan Mahamdallie looks at the Manchester scene.