On Sunday 7th February, Spanish police are due to arrest rapper Pablo Hasél. On 28th January, the Audiencia Nacional (National Court) gave him ten days to voluntarily enter prison, but he has already made it clear that he will not turn himself in. At a press conference on 1st February, Hasél complained that the court
Notes and an extract on the life of an under-researched figure of revolutionary Europe.
After months of threats from oil supergiant TotalEnergies, the abandoned school on Jean Bouin street was cleared out by a huge police operation yesterday, sparking alarm over the use of disproportionate force.
With preparations ramping up for the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow this November, a coalition of campaigns has launched a map of events taking place across Britain aiming to pressure for more radical change.
This month’s missive again concentrates on the worsening situation in the country as a result of resistance and refusal to follow public health guidelines mostly inspired by disinformation and partisan lies in response to the worsening Covid-19 pandemic.
Boris Johnson has recently announced a 1.25% tax increase on national insurance in order to ‘help provide greater funding for health and social care.’ This specific increase is advertised as being ‘legally ring fenced’ and will only be allocated to health and social care.