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1,800 days on either side

June 3rd: As we barrel out way towards a general election, Freedom maintains its longstanding position: vote if you like, it's what we do between elections that mattters
Image: Cold War Steve on Twitter

Freedom announces election night coverage

May 22nd: With UK elections called for July 4, a six week campaign now begins and Freedom is ready to analyse it like never before.

May Day 2024: Life on the margins

May 1st: Freedom's semi-annual print edition hits the streets today.

Some thoughts on International Women’s Day

March 8th: Speaking truth to the power of the patriarchy is unimaginably difficult, even as I live a life of relative privilege and comfort.

X isn’t an airport, but we’re announcing our departure 

December 4th: Over the last couple of months, Freedom News decided to start cutting down involvement with Twitter/X, which has until now been our biggest social media account

Happy Yule Celebration

December 25th:

Communique from R-AT: Central School of Trespass

November 1st: A broad coalition of squatters, anarchists and activists gathered at the newly occupied School of Trespass in Farringdon, North London, on the weekend of 16th/17th October to protest against the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill that is currently passing through the House of Lords

A note on Facebook’s crackdown against US anarchist groups

August 20th: As of yesterday a number of US sites have had their social media presences scrubbed by the Nasdaq giant on a flimsy pretext that they are promoting violence — it’s another reminder of our vulnerabilities online.

Governments always overestimate what people will tolerate

December 14th: From Chile to Hong Kong, through Catalonia to France — it has been kicking off everywhere.

Winter Editorial: Persuasive Pessimism

January 10th: It is a truism to say that we live in interesting and scary times.