No, no, not that fight to Remain. You’re here for the squatting right? Well if you read last month’s entry (this is something of a journal I guess, rather than journalism), then you’ll be pleased to know that I write to you from the comfort of my squat, the same one as before. With 30
Why I went to Germany to shut down coal mining operations in the midst of one of the most important general elections of a generation
I have consistently gone to every single Ende Gelände action in Germany.
Fracking Moratorium or Electioneering?
One of the reasons I love Manchester is that it’s always had an attitude of looking out for each other that comes with being broke.
Women like me: Carraway’s memoir of poverty, motherhood and survival is “the most important book on the impacts of austerity I have ever read”, writes Rowan Tallis Milligan.
In this classic explainer of trade unionism without bureaucrats from 1952, Philip Sansom (pictured) considers the thinking behind anarcho-syndicalism before giving an example from the time — the fascinating and little-known Mutual Aid Society of the Euston railwaymen.