March 21st: I often seek solace at the Brotherhood Church.
March 14th: In October the UK’s domestic murder rate reached a five-year high.
March 11th: This month marks the 30th anniversary of the Poll Tax riots.
February 27th: Joe Reynolds writes on the phenomenon of the Calais migrant situation as he saw it in 2016, at the height of the media panic, amid Brexit manoeuvrings and a violent French crackdown.
February 22nd: With the recent announcements of dates for Liverpool and the Anti-University, our list of anarchist and radical bookfairs across Britain and Ireland is getting pretty full of events – including Bookfair 2020, the first anarchist showing of its kind in London for three years.
February 14th: Bentley is a former coal-mining town just north of Doncaster, South Yorkshire.
February 8th: A member of the bisexual activist group writes on how they set up and why it’s important for bi people to build their own voice in an increasingly corporate and hostile climate.
February 3rd: Trigger Warning This story contains numerous instances of literary fraud and copyright theft that some middle class readers might find distressing.
February 1st: On the 23rd November 2018, the Immigration Museum in Paris was occupied by 300-400 people, convening a general assembly on the oppression faced by migrants in France.