May 10th: On Sunday evening, Boris Johnson declared that it was time for the people of England to get back to work.
May 10th: The relentless recourse to the language of war to describe the public health emergency seems to signal a shift in mainstream economic debate.
May 2nd: “We need to create the place we’ll meet again.
April 27th: According to a recent report by The Food Foundation, 1.5 million people have reported going an entire day without food due to poverty during the coronavirus crisis.
April 25th: Panos Theodoropoulos analyses a war of words which has broken out between two well-known political philosophers over the nature of State reactions to Covid-19 and the possibilities for liberatory politics, while trying to find a constructive synthesis of their key points.
April 23rd: At 11am yesterday (Wednesday 22.04.20), the government quietly tightened lockdown restrictions across England.
April 17th: Food — or the potential lack of it — has played on a lot of people’s minds lately.
April 14th: Inspired by Anna Kleist‘s hot takes on an initial few weeks of local mutual aid organising in the UK, I was inspired to throw in a few (slightly longer!) additional reflections, building on some of the points in Anna’s list, and bringing a few more to the surface.
April 3rd: Delirious with fevers and newly extended powers, British cops are well and truly out of control.