July 4th: Ever since Trump became President of the USA there’s been the prospect of him visiting the UK and the chance for direct action.
July 3rd: The past year has seen a reprehensible mobilization of Trans Exclusionary Radical Feminists – known (much to their outrage) as TERFs – people who deny that trans women are women and use this ideological position as a basis to incite violence and repression against the trans community.
June 16th: Jon Bigger looks over the stumbling Parliamentary scene as Theresa May struggles with Brexit and Ireland.
June 15th: Here we share the reflections of a Jordanian anarchist on the ongoing popular mobilizations that have gripped Jordan beginning on May 30, 2018, as a response to tax-reform measures proposed by the State in accordance with International Monetary Fund (IMF) demands.
June 7th: Sadly the Legal Defence and Monitoring Group collective has decided to dissolve.
June 5th: After years of facing criticism over their abortion laws, and years of women being forced to travel to another country to receive medical care, the Irish Government gave into pressure from the Irish people and allowed them a chance to express their opinion, and they overwhelmingly voted to repeal their existing laws and, in the
May 27th: As summer comes around it’s time for Britain’s annual “farmers whinging about labour shortages” article harvest.
May 13th: Bongani Maponyane writes about the introduction this month of South Africa’s new Minimum Wage of R20 p/h (£1.20), and argues that it goes nowhere near far enough.
May 10th: Jon Bigger muses on the outcome of the local elections and what it means for the Corbyn project.