New evidence reveals six-year history of UK supplies to Turkish killer drones

January 15th: Adair Ltd announced this week it has ceased supplies of fuel components to the Turkish company Baykar Makina after discovering these had been used on armed drones sent to Azerbaijan.

Anti-prison activists to target Kier Construction in New Year campaign

January 4th: Anti-prison campaigners from Community Action on Prison Expansion (CAPE) are targeting Kier Construction with “New Year, No Kier” campaign.

Obituary: Alexandre Skirda (1942-2020)

December 30th: The influential French historian and translator, best known for his research on revolutionary Ukraine in the early 20th century, died on Wednesday December 23rd.

Outsourced University of Greenwich workers vote to strike for equality

December 23rd: The Independent Workers’ Union of Great Britain (IWGB) Universities of London Branch voted for industrial action at the University of Greenwich today.

London Anarchist Black Cross launches online prisoner letter writing service

December 16th: London Anarchist Black Cross has launched a virtual prisoner letter writing service.

Deliveroo and Uber riders in Sheffield strike for a living wage and due process

November 25th: Members of the Independent Workers’ Union of Great Britain (IWGB) Couriers & Logistics Branch in Sheffield are going on strike today against app-based ‘gig economy’ corporations  including Deliveroo, Uber and Stuart.

“No case to answer” in Haringey Anti-Raids trial

November 20th: Earlier this morning, Highbury Magistrates threw out a case against two Haringey locals charged with obstructing immigration enforcement officers.

BREAKING: Bristol uni threatens to withhold bursary payments from rent strikers

November 19th: The management of the University of Bristol is attempting to break the student rent strike by witholding vital bursary payments from some of the most disadvantaged strikers.

Poland: Anarchists successfully stop allotment gardens eviction

November 18th: Anarchists from Rozbrat squat in Poznań, together with other groups, have successfully stopped the eviction of neighbouring allotment gardens “ROD Bogdanka”.

Greece: state suppresses demonstrations in memory of 1973 Polytechnic Uprising

November 17th: This year the anniversary of the 1973 uprising at the Polytechnic University in Athens, which the junta of the colonels drowned in blood by sending tanks to suppress it, is more topical than ever before.