October 6th: What a few weeks it’s been in British politics.
September 10th: One day, after a successful revolution, in that bit of political theory where Marxism tends towards anarchism, the State will wither away and we will no longer have the government of people but the administration of things.
August 27th: Since the election of Donald Trump, a right-wing discussion point which had long been burbling in national press outlets such as The Times and the Telegraph has spectacularly jumped into the spotlight — why does the Left hate free speech?
August 8th: The idea that we are in competition with each other for resources is perhaps the most corrosive myth we’ve created.
July 25th: In recent decades squatting has been under near constant assault from a variety of ruling class actors.
July 24th: Indymedia Germany has, as with most other branches of the free media project, been ailing over the last few years (including its UK counterpart, which closed for good in 2016).
July 7th: The Grenfell Tower disaster shows British capitalism up for what it is.
July 3rd: A member of the Bristol Care Workers Network reflects on their experiences organising in healthcare.
June 26th: A Plan C member in Manchester writes as part of the group’s Worker Enquiry series of articles…