Fossil Fuels roundup: Firms in crisis as challenges continue

September 13th: While a lot of the focus on activism in recent months has been over the conflict with HS2, particularly given the level of violence which has sometimes been employed, campaigns to keep fossil fuels in the ground have been ongoing and with the industry itself facing a financial crisis, are pushing at something of an

IWGB: Landmark legal victory opens door to worker rights for UK foster carers

August 31st: The Independent Workers Union of Great Britain (IWGB) has won a landmark ruling that will open the doors for employment rights for foster care workers throughout the UK, setting a major precedent for the sector.

Protests press government to end sticking-plaster approach to rent crisis

August 23rd: Following the weekend’s panicked, last minute government U-turn on allowing a mass wave of evictions renters’ unions are pushing the government to offer “more than a broken umbrella in a torrential downpour” with protests yesterday, today and tomorrow.

Earth First! Summer Dispersal

August 21st: Today and tomorrow in lieu of its Summer gathering Earth First UK is supporting decentralised events and actions around Britain, and yesterday published a new zine on green direct action in 2020.

Class War call for Rich Doors protest

August 21st: Following the success of the “Poor Doors” series of protests a few years back, Class War is organising a “Rich Door” action next Saturday at 2pm 29th August in front of 1-18 York Terrace East, Regents Park in central London.

New guides: The Renter’s Checklist

August 19th: As Covid lockdown support is withdrawn a number of groups are beginning to bring out guides and support for people finding themselves at the mercy of the benefits system and landlord reprisal.

Belarusian ABC calls for solidarity actions with the uprising against the Lukashenko regime

August 13th: After the presidential elections held in Belarus on 9th August, protests and clashes with the security forces continue in the country.

Obituary: Lucio Urtubia Jiménez

August 11th: Lucio Urtubia Jiménez Basque anarchist & bricklayer.

IWGB wins worker status and rights for ‘gig economy’ CitySprint couriers once and for all

August 5th: The Independent Workers’ Union of Great Britain (IWGB) has claimed victory over CitySprint, having dragged the company back to an employment tribunal for a third time to establish worker status and basic employment rights for five of its members who work for the company.

Anarchists in England and Wales launch Autonomy News website

August 1st: This week anarchists based in England and Wales launched a new website, Autonomy News.