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]
Video recording from the Glasgow-leg of the 2015 ‘Cuban Anarchism Reborn’ speaking tour. The speaker is part of Taller Libertario Alfredo Lopez (TLAL) in Havana.
The fight against austerity driven cuts by the ConDem coalition government failed. As we go into a fresh wave of resistance this piece takes a critical look at the UK anti-cuts movement.
An examination of how capital, with the State’s support, is seeking to control all aspects of city life such that every inch of ground is a source of profit for someone.
Working class solidarity has sprung up across the UK in solidarity with migrants stranded in Calais by the government’s border policy.
A run-down of our stalls and talks at two upcoming bookfairs.
Black Dissidents are working along side the Movement for Justice in order to demand the immediate closure of detentions centres across the UK as well as link up struggles with Calais Migrant Solidarity Camp. This article contains info on how to get involved.
A look at this year’s Reclaim the Fields action, building opposition to the Wrexham Mega-prison and linking up different struggles in the region.
An analysis of the effects of the Scottish independence referendum on class struggle in Scotland.