October 27th: Last Monday 18th Oct, the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS)’s cleaning team won a rota dispute with university management after threatening to take strike action.
October 21st: Cleaners at London Elizabeth Hotel have won back £4,733 furlough wages they were denied by outsourced cleaning company Pridegreen after protesting on 2 October.
October 15th: Police have conducted 6 raids on activists opposing the AOC 2021 Liverpool Arms Fair, according to direct action and solidarity group Palestine Action.
October 19th: 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 18th: It was still early in the morning when the tanks entered the red zone.
October 11th: On 28th September, a young Sudanese man Yasser died at the French-British border.
October 20th: In October 2020 the Zapatistas announced they would be visiting the five continents on a voyage of inverted discovery.
October 17th: As Insulate Britain call a ‘temporary pause’ in their campaign of road blocking, Bill Stickers asks participants is this the road ahead, or a cul-de-sac?
September 27th: Last month, Freedom reported on the plight of 32 people from Afghanistan seeking asylum in the EU imprisoned on the Polish-Belarus border and left there without food, shelter or medical assistance for weeks.
October 26th: The state’s response to the murder of one of their own has been telling.
October 7th: Another Tory party conference, another round of law ‘n’ order announcements.
October 1st: In the recent printed edition of Freedom, there was an article reflecting on Covid and the mutual aid groups that sprung up in the early days of the pandemic.