Her perseverance to try to change her life and find a place in teaching meant that Virginia had a difficult path to take, a path taken by many immigrants when they arrive in the United Kingdom. Sonia Gumiel She was born in a Spanish village called Pozo Rubio […]
He’s a 45-year-old Bolivian who says that he has felt music in his veins from a very young age. He is the son of a family of political exiles who, fleeing the dictatorship in the Andean-Amazonian country, took refuge in Sweden to start over with a one-and-a-half-year-old baby.
Following the presidential elections in Venezuela, a talk aimed at understanding US foreign policy and the local reactionary right-wing movement will take place at the beginning of June. Marcella Via The governments of both Hugo Chavez and Nicolás Maduro have faced restless hostility from Washington, with “regime change” […]
Everyone knows something about Karl Marx and for many it is a tragedy that his ideas and insights were so misappropriated. Sean Sheehan Less well known is a personal tragedy, arising from the life and early death of his youngest daughter Eleanor Marx, born in England in 1855. […]
“Word in the water”, otherwise known as the “London Book Barge”, is a characteristic delight of our city centre. Steve Latham Now permanently moored on Regents Canal in Kings Cross, it is a splendid, serendipitous, blend of new and used books. Recently I found a copy of […]