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
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.
December 14th: From Chile to Hong Kong, through Catalonia to France — it has been kicking off everywhere.
January 10th: It is a truism to say that we live in interesting and scary times.
May 29th: This month is the 50th anniversary since the events of Paris 1968 — and the ambition of those nights of cobblestone, barricade and teargas is something we must rediscover.
November 26th: October 2016 saw the largest strike by women in Polish history.
November 21st: Regarding the announcement by the London Bookfair collective that, following events at this year’s gathering, they will not be organising another one in 2018, the Freedom Collective has drafted the following statement: The Freedom Collective condemns the actions of trans exclusionary radical feminist (Terf) activists at the London Anarchist Bookfair 2017.
May 1st: Today is May 1st, International Workers’ Day.
December 29th: It’s hard to know where to start when writing an editorial about 2016.