Katy Brown uncovers the Orwellian world of ‘sustainable’ biomass ‘renewable’ energy production, and how Liverpool finds itself once again complicit in a harmful transatlantic trade.
28th April is International Workers Memorial Day, when annually around the world those who have lost their lives in the work place are remembered, while safety in the workplace – or lack of it – is highlighted to protect the living.
Local groups report increase in animal testing at the University of Liverpool and call on the institution to end animal experiments.
This April marked 100 years since the ‘Soviet of Limerick’, a 2 week revolution sparked by the British imposition of martial law. Three members of Liverpool Socialist Singers went over to sing Alun Parry’s song ‘Limerick Soviet’ at the centenary events, and to commemorate this important piece of revolutionary history.
Katy Brown interviews three people living in Catalonia who identify as anarchists for their thoughts on independence from Spain.
Katy Brown talks to a local musician about his long journey from Iran to Liverpool.
Feature by Katy Brown on the lack of transparency in the coal supply chain and the sourcing of coal from areas where mining is causing grave problems for local ecosystems and communities.
You may never have heard of Cargill, but it’s a company that along with four others – Archer Daniels Midland, Bunge, Glencore International and Louis Dreyfus – controls between 75% and 90% of the world’s grain trade.