This week begins one of the largest strikes of railway workers since 1989, as 50,000 RMT members and associated workers walk out on three separate days over disputes on pay freezes, non-compulsory redundancies, and in a separate dispute over pensions and job losses from the London Underground workers
The French political crisis is still ongoing, although the two candidates and many other commentators will refuse to recognise it as such. To the liberal observers, the Macron presidency was likely seen as an encouraging curtail against the rising interest in far-right populism in the West. But to simply perceive the two opponents as this is wrong
Howard Green examines the links between the French Surrealist movement and Marxism-Leninism
Cristiano Ronaldo, one of the most successful and admired football players on the planet, has made a return to the football club where he was first fully-established as a world-class talent, Manchester United. As many fans at Old Trafford seemed to be overjoyed at the news, an overlooked and dark piece of Cristiano Ronaldo’s past must be addressed and acted upon.
Howard Green picks apart the grandiosity of the Olympic Games, examining where the international competition falls short.
Howard Green critiques English football fans’ calls for the Premier League to adopt the Germany’s corporate football model.