Monthly Archives: February 2016

The Heathrow 13 stay free, and other odds and ends

It’s always good to be able to share some positive news, even if it’s only of the “things not being quite as bad as they could be” kind, so I wanted to take a moment to celebrate the news that … Continue reading

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Cleaners win at the LSE!

This week saw an impressive victory for organised workers, as the “LSE 3” – three cleaners who were sacked at the London School of Economics – have been reinstated following a campaign by the United Voices of the World union. … Continue reading

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Unquiet pasts: mid-February round-up

When doing a general class-struggle round-up, it’d be a serious omission to not have anything about the doctors’ strike, but I also don’t have anything particularly new to say about it either: you know where your nearest hospitals are, and … Continue reading

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After Dover: taking on racists, misogynists and Islamists

While we still haven’t seen a full summing-up of the weekend’s events in Dover from an anti-fascist perspective, Novara have offered up a pair of reflections from Dover and Maidenhead motorway services, both of which are worth a read, even … Continue reading

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