Hacking, phone taps and the anarchists ‘A Company of Bastards’ and the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (this brief history of militant trade union phone hacking in the 70s was published in Freedom, 13th August 2011) Recent comment on the ethics of phone hacking and the media reminded me of our practices in the 1970s, during the
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.
To Kell and Back ‘dispatches from the front line’ content note for discussion of transphobia and mention of suicide On June 5th, in its 200th year of existence, The Guardian came out, finally, as intrinsically opposed to my existence.
Yesterday in London around 30 anarchists took to the streets of North London to march in solidarity with all anarchist prisoners.
The ‘L.I.E.N’ [“la liaison intercantonale d’évitement du nord” – The Northern Bypass or LINK in English] is the latest section of motorway scheduled for construction around Montpellier, France.
12 years on: SOAS Justice for Workers commemorates 9 cleaning staff targeted in on-campus immigration raid
Every year, 12th June is commemorated by Justice for Workers (J4W) – a campaign started in 2006 by majority Latin American cleaning staff at School of Oriental & African Studies (SOAS) to fight for the fair working conditions of all workers at the university.