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.
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.