Stansted 15: A great result, not a great judgement

February 2nd: Carl Spender examines the details of the Stansted 15 judgement and – with his usual dourness – finds a lot to be disappointed about.

The Senate invasion was a gift to the State: don’t wrap it up for them

January 10th: In the wake of the invasion of the US Senate it’s been mildly disappointing, if not surprising, to see some lefties joining in to call it terrorism and/or sedition.

Analysis of Law, Legitimacy, Violence and Solidarity in Jack Womack’s Random Acts of Senseless Violence

January 9th: With reference to critical legal studies and Marxist/Anarchist legal theories, and via a law and literature framework, I hope to analyse Jack Womack’s seminal 1993 sci-fi novel Random Acts of Senseless Violence.

Feminism must be trans-inclusive or it will be dead

January 5th: The following text first appeared in Polish at Codziennik Feministyczny website.

Review: Good Times In Dystopia

December 6th: Good Times in Dystopia George F Zero Books, 2020 ISBN: 9781789041902 Review by Peter Bearder Featured Image by oneslutriot Additional artwork by Junk Comix The literary output of squats, occupations and other autonomous spaces is vanishingly small.

What the hell is happening in Poland? 

October 27th: I’m assuming you all already know that a massive protest movement took over Poland since last Thursday when the country’s constitutional tribunal ruled that abortion carried out when the foetus is malformed is against the constitution.

Old and jailing: Tories have prison population problems if unrest occurs

October 9th: A great number of aggressive new laws have been introduced in recent months, from £10,000 fines for organising protests (a dictator’s wet dream that one) to increasing maximum sentences for anything related to assault PC.

An anarchist & trade-unionist critique of education

October 4th: This essay is an attempt to further elucidate and elaborate on a previous article written about the British Eurocentric education curriculum.

Boris’s sentencing bonanza part 2.1: “A smarter approach to sentencing”

October 1st: This is the second part of Legal Andy’s series on the government’s latest sentencing proposals.

Boris’ Sentencing Bonanza – Part One

September 18th: This week, the Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice, Robert “fuck the law” Buckland QC, launched a new white paper A Smarter Approach to Sentencing, which outlines the government’s latest proposals for punishing law breakers who aren’t members of the Tory party.