Analysis of events in the Mong Kok occupation (part of Hong Kong's "Umbrella Movement") from October 9 to 11, related to a split between what could roughly be called "left" and "right" factions,...
Junge Linke discuss the government's mobilisation of benefits envy as part of its assault on living standards.
A short article by Nate Hawthorne on the prospects of AFL-CIO unions taking bigger risks to halt the decline of unionization rates.
A critique of liberal conceptions of 'intersectionality' and an outline of an anarchist, class struggle approach.
New statistics released this month have again demonstrated that errors at the DWP cost nearly twice as much as fraud by claimants.
A report about working life in refuse collection, recycling and street cleaning department of Hackney Council, including conflicts and co-operation in the workforce.
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