Radical social centres across Britain have run into financial issues recently, with business rates rises causing trouble for Larc in east London and the Cowley Club in Brighton this year. For the Common House however cash problems have followed on from the loss of their major funding grant — and they’re in dire need of
The effect of the Kazakhstan protests is such that an authoritarian zone has emerged under the governance of old men who are not afraid to soil their hands with blood.
In The Condition of the Working Class in England (1845), Friederich Engels describes the good folk of Manchester and those unfortunate souls that toiled in the ‘dark, satanic’ mills (as described by William Blake) of the surrounding area.
Has the Kill the Bill campaign come roaring back to life?
On Sunday 16th January at 12 noon, North London residents and members from over fifty campaign groups will gather at Edmonton Green for a family friendly and socially distanced march in protest against the signing of the construction contract between the North London Waste Authority (NLWA) and Spanish company ACCIONA scheduled for 18th January.
The Turkish Cypriots have been protesting against Ankara over the past decade and the tensions between Ankara and Nicosia have increased due to the influx of settlers and Turkey’s policies towards northern Cyprus.