Published in: ourEconomyWhat happens if you treat healthy school meals as a public service?
Meet France's new 'municipal farmers' supplying organic produce to local schools.
Published in: ourEconomy: OpinionHow EU rules are getting in the way of progressive public policy – and how cities are fighting back
This week the European Commission made a new push to limit cities’ rights to promote sustainable local development...
Published in: ourNHSStriking to stop the NHS and outsourcing firms exploiting migrant workers
Migrant workers are too often treated as second class workers despite doing vital NHS jobs. They are fighting back...
Why we should all be alarmed about our new university 'businesses' and their enforcers
As has become clear, the universities are colluding with police and even the unions to clamp down on student protest...
Time for a popular solution to the perils of privatisation
Caroline Lucas has launched the Public Service Users Bill in parliament, a critical first step to ending Britain's...
The realities of outsourcing: court interpreters mean miscarriages of justice
Since court interpreting has been outsourced, wages have plummeted, quality of interpreting has dropped to a...