May 18th: Peter Marshall considers the popular trope that “journalists just lie” against a more structural take on the production of media as propaganda.
April 19th: A new housing co-op for low-income activists in Oxford (one of the least affordable cities in the UK) is facing huge difficulties after being asked for an additional £50,000 in stamp duty by the tax authorities, under rules brought in in 2012 and 2014.
April 10th: Elio Di Muccio writes on the encouraging strength of recent strike action and the potential for a more radical attack against the long programme of marketisation which has afflicted higher education.
March 29th: The creed of neoliberalism redefines labour, land and the climate.
February 28th: There is no doubt that Momentum helped secure Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour leadership in the 2017 general election.
February 20th: For most of the last 40 years it has been quite simple making anarchist arguments against the political system.
February 4th: As events as such write the modern world history, all revolutionary movements need to process the information available, discuss and come to conclusions and eventually choose sides and fight without failing to take the context of this historical reality into account.
January 21st: The 2017 snap election was notable for many things, not least the Tory party itself proclaiming that its policies have not worked.
January 14th: Manchester SolFed analyses the career of billionaire railway subsidies junkie Richard Branson and the ways he’s expanding into the British healthcare system, with potentially fatal results.