Current UKIP discourse should be viewed as a continuation of the strategies of fascist groups in UK history
Our schools and politicians tell us that Britain has a glorious place in world history and Europeans have been responsible for most scientific developments. This is not true.
There has been little debate about what role science plays in Greek society, but the Greek Left has everything to gain from adopting a participatory, research focused approach to policy.
The author of 'The Therapy Industry' discusses five books that reveal the interrelations between social conditions and mental health, and the distortions created by the mental health system itself.
Comedian Rob Newman talks about his latest show, in which he takes to task the distorted, misanthropic view of human evolution that has come to dominate discourse.
Stuart Parkinson argues that the UK’s top science and engineering fair is giving young people a distorted view of the value of these crucial professions.
The Royal Shakespeare Company's new production of Bertolt Brecht's A Life of Galileo puts themes of class struggle front and centre. It's a lesson from history as useful today as it was in 1947.