February 11th: These days in Greece an anti-Semitic conspiracy theory has successfully infiltrated the public discourse.
February 7th: The UK has a bullish prime minister with a strong majority in parliament.
January 31st: [CW for violence; descriptions of trans misogyny; racism] Over two and a half years have passed since a confrontation at Hyde Park Corner between trans protestors and a group of transphobes.
January 20th: The UK counter-terrorism police recently released an official 12-page guide to “Safeguarding young people and adults from ideological extremism”.
January 16th: Since I published Chav Solidarity, plenty of people have either asked me what I think constitutes middle class, or suggested that, in targeting middle class activists so much, I am being divisive.
January 15th: Last week, Sarah Jane Baker celebrated her 100th day as a free woman, having served 30 years in men’s prisons.
January 8th: Much has been written about the 2019 UK general election regarding the need for the left to regroup.
December 29th: David Adam muses on the ways in which commercial security firms frequently cause more problems than they solve, and seem to be present in far greater numbers where working class people exist than in any other walk of life.