Darren McGarvey’s experience of poverty in Glasgow, and the political lessons he’s learned from it, make for a gripping and essential read, says GORDON MUNRO
Monday 16th Oct 2017
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This week the MARX MEMORIAL LIBRARY ponders whether workers really get a fair day’s wage for a fair day’s work
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The White Poppy is a challenge to government-backed remembrance, writes SYMON HILL
JANE GREEN assesses the likely consequences of Donald Trump’s decision to decertify the international nuclear deal with Iran
THE clarion call “for peace and socialism” has for generations adorned the masthead of this paper.
It may have sometimes seemed no more than a distant aspiration. But today it is not.
The threat to peace is immediate. Across the Middle East and parts of Central Asia...
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Pressure continues to mount for Toffees boss after late equaliser
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Wolves 2-0 Aston Villa, by James Nalton at Molineux
Conte’s Chelsea crumble to Palace as Hodgson hails match-winner Zaha. Crystal Palace 2-1 Chelsea by Maamun Hajmahmoud at Selhurst Park
Desire: A Memoir by Jonathan Dollimore (Bloomsbury, £19.99)
IN JONATHAN DOLLIMORE’S unflinching memoir, the writer, academic and cultural critic deals openly with issues of sexual identity, lost love and the gay sub-cultures of the 1970s to the 1990s.
It begins with...
More than 200 killed in blast attributed to al-Shabab terror group
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