Monthly Archives: April 2012

Anti-fascism, workfare, bakers, bigots and parties – this week’s news

I don’t have anything in particular to write about today, this is just a round-up of a few different things that have happened recently and deserve a mention, plus upcoming events that seem worth plugging. To start off with, anyone … Continue reading

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May 10th – a day to show our weakness.

After four and a half painful months of total inaction, the trade unions are now planning their next step in the pensions dispute, with a one-day strike in early May being backed by Unite’s health sector, the PCS, and potentially … Continue reading

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Principles, priorities, popularity, pasties and power – thinking about an anarchist strategy

At around this time last year, I wrote a piece looking at some of the tensions between class unity and the need for specific groups to control their own autonomous struggles – not arguing for one over the other, but … Continue reading

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Anarchist smear watch

So, it’s been a while since I got round to posting anything here, and I hope to get around to writing something more substantial soon, but right now I’d just like to draw people’s attention to this stunningly unfounded smear … Continue reading

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