Hacking, phone taps and the anarchists ‘A Company of Bastards’ and the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (this brief history of militant trade union phone hacking in the 70s was published in Freedom, 13th August 2011) Recent comment on the ethics of phone hacking and the media reminded me of our practices in the 1970s, during the
Drivers and couriers vow to escalate after protest at Uber HQ over unfair sacking of 200 key workers
Following the unfair dismissal of over 200 drivers and couriers by app-based operators this year, the Independent Workers’ Union of Great Britain (IWGB) brought together workers from its United Private Hire Drivers and the Couriers and Logistics Branches to protest on Monday outside Uber HQ at Aldgate Tower in London.
| CW: Contains a non-graphic instance of sexual assault | Dear Prisoner, “I fell in love – completely and with passionate sincerity – with the idea of revolution.”
On 9 May 2016, the “Day of Flowers” that commemorated the late Azerbaijani President Heydar Aliyev’s birthday, two anarchists celebrated the festivities and paid their respects to the dead dictator by decorating one of his statues.
Freedom Newspaper received the following communique from squatters occupying the former Camberwell police station in South London.
Monday has been dubbed ‘Freedom Day’ by the Prime Minister.