Responding to the State of the Union address by the President of the European Commission, The Party of the European Left lays out the failures of the Commission at a critical time for Europe.
Further analysis of the Spanish elections last week shows that Sanchez' PSOE party are likely to form a government despite surge in conservative votes.
Dr Boris Kagarlitsky faces up to seven years in prison for advocating peace and defending democratic rights in Russia.
"The Spanish left rightly celebrated last night as a victory because it has blocked the prospect of a hard-right, neo-Francoist party joining a national government."
The penultimate rally of Arise Festival 2023 saw hundreds of activists tune in with Jeremy Corbyn and campaigners for peace and social justice from across the world.
A critical examination of Silvio Berlusconi, the controversial former Prime Minister of Italy - and his damaging influence on Italy's political landscape and beyond.
Richard Price reports from the pension reform protests held across France this week - "the French public has resisted calls to ‘move on’, and polling indicates that two thirds of voters remain opposed to the changes" -
Richard Price gauges the mood of anger as demonstrators prepare to take further action against Macron's pension reform on May 1st.
"The French government cowers behind a wall of riot shields and police batons, using tear gas against protestors and legal threats against striking workers."
"The mobilisation is very broad, involving trade unionists, students, young people, the Yellow Vests, and the whole broad left" - Dave Kellaway gives an update on the deepening crisis in France.