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17 October 2018
Stigma around mental health is decreasing, and that's definitely a good thing. But it's not nearly enough when services are being cut to the bone and most of us have been left without crucial lifelines.
23 May 2018
Capitalist society has caused a mental health crisis of gargantuan proportions. One in four people in Britain will experience a mental health problem in their life, but only one in eight sufferers are receiving treatment, according to Mind.
25 October 2017
Kick out cutters and profiteers: Children suffering from mental health problems have to wait up to 18 months to access care
27 September 2017
We are more familiar with depression than ever. What was considered uncommon 20 years ago is now increasingly prevalent, particularly among young people, with new studies indicating that one in four girls have depression by age 14
10 February 2016
I was told by my GP that I have severe depression and anxiety on 1 October 2015. Now I had a name for it. And suddenly whoosh, I joined the one in five that will at some stage of their life suffer from some form of depression.
27 January 2016
I work in an office for my local council supporting social workers. I have left work many times in tears from feeling very overwhelmed. At times my depression has been greatly heightened due to being in the workplace.
23 September 2015
Rudi Abdallah, Waltham Forest Socialist Party, reviews the first episode of This is England '90.
2 September 2015
The contraction of the Chinese stock exchange has sparked justified fears that the world economy could be in for a repetition at a certain stage of a crisis with similar effects to the 2007/2008 catastrophe
29 October 2014
Welsh poet Dylan Thomas once said he was a socialist, but a different kind of socialist. Those who knew him were aware of his consistent, ardent favour of a socialist society
20 August 2014
The shocking death of actor Robin Williams starkly highlights the fact that depression is a dangerous and life threatening clinical condition
28 August 2013
The exhibition "Lowry and the painting of Modern Life" at Tate Britain (until 20 October) has quite a rich collection of Lowry's work depicting industrialised Britain, writes Amalia Loizidou.
22 March 2013
This is true not just of the economy but of perspectives for the ex-Stalinist states, the national question, perspectives for Europe, etc...
19 October 2011
"Why all this unrest? It seems in the rebound from the anxieties from the war, we are all trying to get something for nothing. We must not ask for the impossible" - Mayoress of Southport, 1922
12 October 2011
Banks continue to demand government bailouts; an ever-deepening sovereign debt crisis in Europe and the USA; mass unemployment and cuts in services on a level not seen since the 1930s; a widening gulf between rich and poor....
9 February 2011
Review: Devised/directed by David M Lutken and Nick Corley, writes Reviewed by Manny Thain.
30 June 2010
What we think: The G20 meeting in Toronto of the leaders of the main capitalist governments of the world demonstrated a complete incapacity to solve the huge problems that confront us, particularly those hardest-hit - the poor and the working class - by the economic crisis...
15 September 2009
"Brown mentioned by way of tribute that Jack Jones's politics were shaped by the Great Depression of the 1930s, writes Kevin Parslow, a Unite delegate to the TUC.
23 June 2009
"ARMAGEDDON IS behind us" commented Larry Fink, the owner and chief executive of BlackRock on the prospects for the world economy, writes Ken Douglas.
12 November 2008
US president Barack Obama supporters, photo Paul Mattsson
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