Five quick thoughts on the limits of Covid-19 mutual aid groups & how they might be overcome.

April 5th: Three weeks ago, I decided to set up a Facebook group to help people look out for one another in my little corner of south east London.

Don’t believe the hype: evictions continue despite moratorium

April 4th: The ban is a lie.

Evictions held over, hotels for the homeless — Covid is upending housing

March 31st: The legal situation has been changing so rapidly that even full-timers are struggling to keep up, but with the introduction of Practice Direction 51Z it looks like eviction proceedings are finally off the table for now and we have time to take stock of what is now utterly uncharted territory in British housing.

“I’ve never felt more trapped and powerless in my life” – Letter lays bare the cruel realities of prison during the pandemic

March 24th: The following letter from ‘D’ – passed to us by Carl Cattermole and Lisa & Elliot of @bluebaglife – lays bare the horrific conditions being endured by prisoners during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The ‘scientific rigour’ which has left our hospitals unprepared

March 31st: The following statement, released recently by Italian healthcare union USI on the running down of their national health system, could be a word for word critique of the British government’s own systematic destruction of the NHS.

Greek authorities use COVID-19 lockdown to crack down on self-managed Vio.Me factory

March 30th: While the Greek people are placed under quarantine due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the Greek authorities continue their agenda against the social movements in the country.

South Africa: Evictions mark first day of national lockdown

March 28th: Even as police let loose with rubber bullets and beatings against shoppers yesterday in an effort to enforce the new national Covid-19 lockdown, in Durban they were turfing people into the street.

Interview: Radical community in Aberdeen

April 5th: To mark the one-year anniversary of a radical social centre appearing in the Granite City, Rob Ray talks with the organising collective about their experiences, dreams — and advice for groups looking to set up new spaces.

Explainer: The new sick pay and benefits regime

March 22nd: Brighton SolFed outlines your rights under the new post-coronavirus system and where to find out more information.

Anarchy in Albion: Building utopia in the heart of Yorkshire

March 21st: I often seek solace at the Brotherhood Church.

Legal: People are being criminalised for coronavirus offences that don’t exist.

April 3rd: Delirious with fevers and newly extended powers, British cops are well and truly out of control.

Dissecting Boris Johnson’s letter to the British people

April 1st: The prime minister is writing a letter to every household in the UK to a cost of £6m, at a time when the National Health Service (NHS) is suffering under the strains of Covid19 cases.

Boris Johnson a ‘libertarian’? What a joke

March 26th: It’s really frustrating when people use anarchist terms and phrases out of context or for their own advantage.