Theresa May announced yesterday that web firms could get just two hours to take down “terrorist content” or face fines — our esteemed editor of poorly-conceived ranting Brandon the Gnoll has the latest hot take. Everyone’s smashing the internet. From tabloid hotheads sledgehammering ISPs and search engines to plummy MPs at Westminster demanding the removal of
Louis Further rounds up the latest in dodgy goings on across the pond.
Jon Bigger looks over the stumbling Parliamentary scene as Theresa May struggles with Brexit and Ireland.
Here we share the reflections of a Jordanian anarchist on the ongoing popular mobilizations that have gripped Jordan beginning on May 30, 2018, as a response to tax-reform measures proposed by the State in accordance with International Monetary Fund (IMF) demands.
It’s been a bad couple of months for anti-fascism in London.
Canada: police and military to be banned from future events after protesters block Edmonton Pride Festival
Last Saturday Edmonton’s annual Pride Festival march was successfully blocked by protesters unhappy that the police and military are allowed to join.