Spycops Inquiry: An ugly picture has emerged

March 25th: Freedom’s recently uncovered links to the scandal of Metropolitan Police officers infiltrating and manipulating peaceful radical groups are just part of a series of major revelations and events swirling around the Undercover Policing Inquiry over the last week.

Black Friday protests in Poland take over the streets

March 24th: Yesterday saw one of the largest protests in Polish contemporary history.

Learning from our travels

March 21st: I love being an anarchist.

Loughborough Students Risk Disciplinary Action on Fossil Fuel Campaign

March 6th: At the start of the academic year something unusual happened at Loughborough University.

Seeds Beneath the Snow: Thoughts on local organising

March 5th: Anarchist activists in Essex look at the role and opportunities of local radical organising outside of the Big City, and attempt to offer a manifesto on everyday revolution building a new world in the shell of the old burbs.

Greece: Free Transportation For All: A paradigmatic anarchist campaign in the difficult years of Syriza

February 23rd: In early 2016 in Athens, a far-reaching campaign begun with a fairly modest announcement: “Free Transportation for All”.

Surviving Zad’s uncertain future

February 10th: Zad’s Council for the Maintenance of Occupations takes an in-depth look at the French State’s latest divide-and-rule project in the wake of their famous victory over the  Notre-Dame-des-Landes airport.

Class War defeat Qatari Royals and protect protest rights

February 9th: There’s something delicious about seeing very rich and powerful people take on a fight and then realise they’ve bitten off more than they can chew.

Diverse, Decentralized, Non-Binary: Iran Popular Uprising Defies Outdated Narratives

February 1st: The protests presently gripping Iran are proving as difficult for the mainstream media to pigeonhole as they are for the Iranian state to pin back.

Basildon: Study of a tower killing

January 25th: The slow death of public residential blocks and resurrection as luxury apartments is well documented in the major cities, but as The Stirrer notes, market town councils are busily trying to emulate the poisonous process nationwide.