A few days ago Freedom published an article called, “The End of Dogma #keepcorbyn as a Transitional Demand.” In it an occasional Freedom contributor argued for support of the Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn as he faces a coup organised by right wing Labour MPs, Blairite think tanks and most of the soft left media. It
Freedom’s long-running US correspondent Louis Further does his monthly roundup of some of the lesser-known stories that have emerged over the last few weeks.
In the last week, two widely-shared images have summed up deep-rooted problems at the heart of the Extinction Rebellion movement.
Over this weekend, gamers from across the country are flooding into London to attend EGX 2019: the UK’s largest games industry event.
This morning members of Community Action on Prison Expansion occupied the London office of Sodexo, the company which runs HMP Bronzefield, where a new-born baby tragically died after their mother was left to give birth alone in her cell on 27th September.
Why supporting Extinction Rebellion in a spirit of cooperation and friendship has, at times, been extraordinarily difficult.