BREAKING: Anti-fracking ‘lorry surfers’ receive custodial sentences

September 26th: Four anti-fracking activists today received harsh sentences following a guilty verdict for public nuisance for anti- fracking direct action they have taken nearby Preston New Road fracking site.

NELMA launch campaign for free school meals for migrant children

September 14th: North East London Migrant Action (NELMA) are launching a campaign to provide free school meal to children who are ineligible due to their parent immigration status.

Feminists to the Front: Call to Action

September 11th: We have received this important call out from Women’s Strike Assembly.

BREAKING: following strike action cleaners organised in UVW win London Living Wage

September 4th: UVW members at The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Town Hall win the London Living Wage (LLW) after three days of unprecedented coordinated strike action.

Greece: queer activist Zak Kostopoulos lynched to death in Athens

September 23rd: CW: descriptions of violence Queer activist and performer Zak Kostopoulos was beaten to death, allegedly following his attempted robbery of a jewellery store at Glastonos Street near Omonia Square in the centre of Athens.

Notes from the US

September 22nd: Freedom US correspondent Louis Further reports on the lesser- known happenings in the United States.

Hambach Forest eviction ‘halted’ after a person dies

September 21st: One person has been confirmed dead during police operation to evict the Hambach Forest protest camp.

Book Extract: World War, and Freedom’s nadir

September 20th: When the Great War broke out in 1914 most anarchists took their customary anti-militarist position, but the conflict also led to two of its heaviest hitters, Errico Malatesta and Peter Kropotkin, throwing down in the pages of anarchist journal Freedom.

When abusers hijack the language of feminism

September 16th: This text was submitted by Forth Wave: London Feminist Activists.

Shiny objects at the Sparrows’ Nest

September 9th: This is the first of a possible infrequent series charting the work of the Sparrows’ Nest, an anarchist archive based in Nottingham which has built one of the best libraries of libertarian writing in Britain.

The Retreat of the State

September 19th: As I write, there have been more murders in London than New York so far this year, and the Home Secretary has just denied that cuts to police numbers have anything to do with the increase in young people dying.

Class War at the Rees-Mogg Residence – Media and MPs in Hyperbolic Rage

September 13th: One of the things I’ve put a lot of time to thinking about is how Class War can get media coverage and then control it.

One world, one humanity

August 29th: Increasingly, we are trapped by militarised borders.