March 24th: A disclaimer first.
March 23rd: I have been at home for 12 days.
British prisons are Petri dishes for this pandemic; without immediate action it’s the death penalty by any other name
March 23rd: Carl Cattermole This past Tory decade has left public services looking like a bicycle locked up too long in East London: valuable parts stolen, everything else rusted.
March 21st: At the onset of the COVID-19 crisis, I was heartened to see a network of mutual aid groups springing up, mostly autonomously, around the country.
March 19th: For those of us of a certain age the empty city streets that have come to characterise the corona virus pandemic tend to elicit a simple question: ‘Do you think we’re the survivors?’ This is not a straightforward question, but a reference to the 1970s BBC television series, called The Survivors, which saw Lucy Fleming
March 18th: The Tory government has totally mishandled the outbreak of Covid 19.
March 17th: The mutual aid networks are in a unique position to defend the homes - and the lives - of those facing eviction during the COVID-19 pandemic.
March 15th: A (Late) Valentine to Jeremy Corbyn and Boris Johnson by Joe Reynolds.
March 8th: As I’m writing this text on Friday evening (rather than on the day of its publication in order not to break the Women’s Strike cyber picket line), millions of women, feminine and non-binary people worldwide prepare for their annual strike.