September 29th: Anarchism is generally not associated with economics — and Iain McKay argues that perhaps it’s time the field got more attention.
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.
August 29th: Increasingly, we are trapped by militarised borders.
August 19th: Further Education (FE), which is a resource primarily used by working class and low income people, has had a 35% funding cut since 2009.
July 28th: A member of the Anarchist Communist Group writes on the limitations of engaging in struggle through long-professionalised institutional structures dependent on university funding.
July 19th: Brighton SolFed writes on lessons learned over the first year of its efforts to build up an anarchist housing union.
June 19th: UCU activist Jose Collina reflects this year’s universities pensions strike, won and lost.
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.