July 20th: The repressive social spell that maintained the international left museum pacified has been broken.
July 9th: The Serious Annoyance has returned to occupy the empty Camberwell Police Station, Camberwell Church St SE5, as we continue in our fight to #killthebill and highlight the destructive role of the police.
July 6th: Stupidly I forgot my wallet and only realised when I went to pay for my coffee.
Johnson’s ‘levelling up’ agenda could end the era of neoliberalism in the UK but mark the start of something equally harmful
July 2nd: Back in 2010, when the Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government began, austerity was the order of the day.
“The Revolution Will Not Be Televised”: A commentary on youth viewing a revolution through social media.
June 28th: 17-year old Ell May reflects on the role played by social media in radicalising a generation of young people.
June 13th: To Kell and Back ‘dispatches from the front line’ Content note for discussion of transphobia and mention of suicide On June 5th, in its 200th year of existence, The Guardian came out, finally, as intrinsically opposed to my existence.
June 3rd: Last week could have been a pivotal moment in British politics.
May 29th: You Miserable Pleader!
May 20th: What happened in Kenmure Street, Glasgow on Eid al-Fitr 2021 was beautiful indeed.