Monthly Archives: June 2019

Late June/early July class struggle round-up

A few upcoming events: On Monday 1st, there’s an emergency protest to save the London Black Women’s Project, which is threatened with closure. Also in the coming week, on Tuesday 2nd London Anarchist Communist Group are hosting a showing of … Continue reading

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What’s yr take on Evola? Some very late words on Nina Power’s recent stances

“If anyone deviates from the ‘rules’, that is to say sees the debate-form for the sham it is, or takes to the streets, displacing the imposed ‘platform’ for the construction of a new order, then the true face of all … Continue reading

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Extra mid-June workplace notes: outsourced workers strike in London, fighting against union-busting in Birmingham and Merseyside

Quick updates on a few things not covered in my last post: I’d missed that there was two weeks of strike action by cleaners working in government departments, with cleaners at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office striking over pay and … Continue reading

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Mid-June events listings: Peterloo, Orgreave, letting fees and more

A quick listing of a few upcoming events: On Thursday 13th, the People’s History Museum in Manchester will be hosting a discussion on “From Peterloo to Orgreave” with the Orgreave Truth & Justice Campaign. Following on from that, Saturday 15th … Continue reading

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