UK

What actually Happened in Bristol – and How a Narrative is Built

An article from a member of Bristol Anarchist Federation on the Kill the Bill demonstration and media narratives around it.

Fighting Back in "Smack City"

A 1986 article from Class War describing mass resistance to heroin dealers and the police in Liverpool.

Croydon Solidarity Network – One year on

The Nationalist Poison Behind Brexit

Far from “getting Brexit done”, the pantomime goes on. There are so many issues that both EU and UK want to extend the period of grace before the full treaty is implemented.

Class War issue 16? Oct 1985 The Working Class Strikes Back

An unnumbered issue of Class War from 1985.

Contents include: working class fight back against Liverpool heroin dealers, Handsworth riot, Why I Hate The Rich, Guardian smears Class War, report on disastrous Bash The Rich march on Hampstead, Labour Party, hunting, Class War circulation up to 15,000, Some Wimmin Use The Siserhood Like The Masons Use Brotherhood, Fuck SPUC (anti-abortionists),

Scan courtesy of Splits and Fusions archive.

Construction workers target NG Bailey and Balfour Beatty in de-skilling dispute

Construction workers are taking ongoing action against major construction companies in response to an attempt to use lower-paid workers with less training to carry out vital electrical work.

The State and the Power of Business

This article is about the relation between the state and business. It shows how powerful the business is by imposing its conditions with the help of the rest of economic and financial institutions on the government and the state. The article also highlights the importance of fighting the state by the anarchists.

1%? Up yours! We need health workers' and patients' power!

Things are heating up – the 1% pay increase insult dished out by the government led to a lot of angry discussions in tea rooms and on ward floors.

The lockdown interviews

During 2020, we interviewed two dozen fellow workers about their experiences of work during the Covid-19 lockdown. We spoke to nurses, postal workers, tube drivers, call-centre workers, university lecturers, agricultural workers, school students and more. Print and circulate the pamphlet...

Wildcat UK #5 1985

Issue 5 of Wildcat from June/July 1985, including Miners Strike, South Africa, pigs murder Italian activist Pietro Greco, Pannekoek's "The Fight", strikes in Denmark, class struggle in the classroom, AIDS panic,

PDF courtesy of Splits and Fusions archive.