In Britain, there aren’t many reasons to feel cheerful at the moment. According to economists, a double dip recession and therefore higher unemployment is to be expected. Communities across the UK are to look forward to with more budget cuts to bite coupled with the full force of the Localism and Welfare Reform Acts to […]Read more →
From London Antifascists
This Saturday 25th February, we will be laying a wreath at theÂ International Brigades Memorial, Jubilee Gardens SE1 at 1pm to commemorate
our fallen comrade. We encourage all antifascists and radicals to join us.
By Koos CouvÃ©e
In the autumn of last year I sat in a jam-packed room at the independent Bookmarks bookshop in Holborn, where Alana Lentin and Gavan Titley launched their new book, titled The Crises of Multiculturalism: Racism in a Neoliberal Age.
By Robert Kazandjian, Justin B and Barnes McAleer / @RKazandjian @Justinthelibsoc @RepStones
Khader Adnan went on hunger strike while shackled to his hospital bed for 66 days, the same length of time as Bobby Sands. While he was near his last breath, it has ended due to the Israeli government agreeing to grant him freedom on […]
PUBLIC MEETING STOP DEPORTATIONS!
To Nigeria, Jamaica, Ghana, Afghanistan, DR Congo, Sri Lanka…
Saturday 25th February 3-5pm
Peckham Library, 2nd Floor
By Brendan Kelly
On a weekend when Thierry Henry reminded us that football can occasionally be scripted, a far bigger story was completed in Libreville, the capital of Gabon, as Zambia were crowned, most audaciously, Kings of the African continent. Almost two decades on from the tragic airplane crash that robbed them of a generation of […]
Over the last few days there has been outrage amongst the British public whipped up by the Tabloid Press, both Labour and Conservative MPs alike that Abu Qatada, often described as “Bin Laden’s right hand man in Europe” has been freed by British courts and our immigration system refuses to deport him to a […]
While Occupy London mired in legal arguments, failed occupations but managing to successfully carry out an education project, hope springs beyond the School of Ideas. Carriers of the flame have emerged in Lewisham, South London and Hinkley, Somerset.
The spirit of direct action in Lewisham is going from strength to strength, last month as part of […]
Latest analysis on Syria, taken from yesterday’s Democracy Now broadcast with British journalist Patrick Seale.
For more analysis see also Seuman’s Milne’s article in yesterday’s Guardian.Read more →
Shell station in Belgravia has been shut down by Climate Rush and OccupyOil activists, at midday Occupy Nigeria in London are protesting outside the Nigerian embassy for one hour.
These follow earlier protests in the year in response to the Nigerian withdrawal of its fuel subsidy.
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