Monthly Archives: November 2015

Hope and solidarity in dark times

At the risk of stating the blindingly obvious, when looking at “the big picture” – Politics with a capital P, the stuff of states, parties, major news headlines – there’s not much to be cheerful about at the moment, even … Continue reading

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Resisting ISIS is not a crime: stand with Shilan!

In the wake of the horrific massacres in Paris and Beirut, hopefully we can all agree that wanting to resist ISIS should not be criminalised. Sadly, the Crown Prosecution Service doesn’t seem to see it that way, and so, as … Continue reading

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Early November round-up: wildcats, wage theft, water meters and more

It’s been a busy week or so. Down in London, the suspension of union rep Sandy Nicoll led to the School of Oriental and African Studies being closed by a wildcat strike of both staff and students, a struggle that … Continue reading

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