October 19th: In the last week, two widely-shared images have summed up deep-rooted problems at the heart of the Extinction Rebellion movement.
October 19th: Over this weekend, gamers from across the country are flooding into London to attend EGX 2019: the UK’s largest games industry event.
October 18th: This morning members of Community Action on Prison Expansion occupied the London office of Sodexo, the company which runs HMP Bronzefield, where a new-born baby tragically died after their mother was left to give birth alone in her cell on 27th September.
October 13th: On the day of a Call to Action against Turkey’s invasion of Rojava, Syria, in a week where there was mass civil disobedience on the streets of London, molotovs and State-murder in Hong Kong, and police taken hostage in indigenous protests in Ecuador, we got in touch with one of our machine-gun-strapping, Isis-blapping, fascist-fragging anarchist
October 13th: The following text comes from the leaflet distributed by the group “Solidaridad Anarquista Ecuatoriana” (SAE) on the streets of Ecuador’s capital Quito.
October 11th: You probably haven’t heard of Blitzchung but he has just cost Activision Blizzard and their subsidiary Blizzard Entertainment billions.
October 20th: Freedom’s long-running US correspondent Louis Further does his monthly roundup of some of the lesser-known stories that have emerged over the last few weeks.
October 17th: If you know, then you know.
October 14th: It shouldn’t really be me writing this obituary of Donald Rooum the anarchist and his time with Freedom Press, as I knew him for a mere 17 years, a relative drop in the ocean of his experiences.
October 18th: Why supporting Extinction Rebellion in a spirit of cooperation and friendship has, at times, been extraordinarily difficult.
October 16th: Eight years ago, near enough to the day, a handful of activists and homeless had some plans.
October 15th: The Met have kicked off week 2 of the XR autumn rebellion with an almighty bang, issuing a revised s14 order that effectively bans XR from protesting in London.