A new report by top sociologists has exposed the hypocrisy and lack of representation within the Occupy movements of 2011/12
You have to hand it to the Guardian - at least it practices what it preaches...well, sometimes at least
The end goal of many of the Occupiers, the end of capitalism, has not materialised, but rather we are all the more alert to the dangers of corporatism and state-led economic intervention
The pillars of capitalism remain the only show in town. To somehow throw out its key strand of incentive-based compensation on a notion as wooly as fairness is simply unworkable
The fringe left across the Western world are creating conditions conducive to conservatism - even the greatest strategist couldn't have dreamed up such a thing.
The Spanish fiasco of the Indignants is the latest avatar of the pernicious nature of the denial of democracy. Such a denial, when manifested by those who hold power, leads to a totalitarian State
Thatcher once told a journalist to “cheer up” when they questioned news that employment had increased. Today’s press and politicians should do likewise to set a positive tone for growth and enterprise
We should look at how universities dealt with occupations in 2009 for how to deal with the dwindling movement in London today writes our UK Political Editor, Harry Cole
A fascinating survey found in a bin behind the Guardian's offices.* We can't imagine why they wouldn't print it, can you?
The truth is we’re all greedy. Every last one of us. You don’t need to drive an expensive car, work in a glass tower or be worth millions of pounds to be self-interested
Confronted by the 'Occupy Movement', Cameron has a Nixon moment; a golden opportunity to convince the public that they are model citizens and that their aspirations will be rewarded through honest work
The only reason anybody considers having a cup of coffee to be 'ordinary' is precisely because of capitalism.
The Commentator team visited Paternoster Square on Wednesday night to speak to the Occupy Movement. Here's what we found
The latest news is that even St Paul is considering his position. Perhaps this is the time to look back and reflect on those occasions where the power of the protest camp has made a difference.
St Paul’s needs a Third Way to deal with the Occupy London protesters, and fast. A binary choice between ‘should they stay, should they go’, is destined to be a disaster either way.
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