After years of facing criticism over their abortion laws, and years of women being forced to travel to another country to receive medical care, the Irish Government gave into pressure from the Irish people and allowed them a chance to express their opinion, and they overwhelmingly voted to repeal their existing laws and, in the
Greek Horror: How an Epstein level paedophile scandal could connect to the first time in Greek history that a political prisoner dies of hunger strike
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George, 24, is having to go to work at a small London office during the pandemic, despite being able work from home.
The following long read first appeared in Freedom’s July and August issues in 1912, as the Great Unrest was in full swing.
Alnwick is a town of around 8,000 people in north Northumberland.
Continuing our multi-part series marking the 100th anniversary of the death of Peter Kropotkin, this October 1890 article considers how to avoid the curdling of a revolutionary mindset over the long haul of social change.