We present three recent articles and communiques from Spain about the Catalonia independence referendum and the general strike (vaga general) of 3rd October (3-O) that…
Join and spread the word about a two-day telephone protest against fracking at Leith Hill in Surrey, UK on September 27-29 September 2017.
McDonalds workers at branches in Cambridge and Crayford in S.E. London are set to strike on Monday Sept 4th 2017. This will be the first…
The Autumn 2017 16 page issue of our free paper Resistance is out in print and available for free download.
This article was written by a member of London AF (who are involved with housing activism in the City as published in Rebel City). Angry…
Report about comrades arrested on a solidarity demo who were on hunger strike in Turkey since May 24th, 2017, but were released a few days later. The demo was in support of 2 academics who are themselves on hunger strike due to their sacking after the post-coup decree ordered by Erdogan. Photo is of protests following sackings in Feb 2017.
The latest issue (no. 6, May 2017) of London AF’ s paper is out now can be freely downloaded.
Why the British elite is losing it’s sense of control, and what that might mean for the rest of us.
The Tories have found their election slogan. The words ‘strong and stable leadership’ will be stuck on repeat for the next month, but so far there has been something off in the Tories’ delivery of their core message. Theresa May seemingly can’t end a sentence without some form of the words ‘strong and stable leadership’. The compulsion to keep repeating the mantra betrays an obsession with the words that go beyond the usual parroting of meaningless sound-bites. The Tories addiction to the slogan feels like an unconscious over-compensating. They have to say the words constantly because they know that actually these times are not stable, and they simply can not offer anything, let alone strong leadership. [continues]
Belarus state response to protests against a ‘social parasite’ tax on the employed has resulted in 100s of detentions, including anarchists. This article explains the background of the decree introduced in 2015 and the current events in 2017, and includes an appeal for support from Belarus ABC.