An account of the Hull prison riot, 1976 - Jake Prescott

Jake Prescott in 1971

Former Angry Brigade member and prisoner Jake Prescott's account of the 1976 riot by prisoners in HMP Hull.

Don't mark his face: Hull prison riot, 1976

HMP Hull

Pamphlet about the Hull prison riot of 1976 including an introduction and a personal account by former Angry Brigade member Jake Prescott.

They called a strike and no one came

A few thoughts on the fake strike of Polish immigrants.

Arguments AGAINST Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party

We seem to be in a period when the Labour Party will, again, start pretending that it can protect people from the ravages of a crisis-ridden capitalist system.

This is a place to collect arguments and articles about the futility of such a project.

If a strike turns you into a Tory, you probably were one anyway

In the Guardian, Jonathan Jones laments that workers standing up for themselves is getting in the way of him looking at art. Here are five reasons why he’s talking out of his arse and you should support the strikers.

Fascists attack Clapton Ultras in Thamesmead

Last night EDL-linked football hooligans attacked the anti-fascist football supporters of Clapton FC as they were entering their final pre-season friendly game against Thamesmead Town.

What does a union mean to you? #1

An interview by New Syndicalist of a sex worker's experience in the industry.

Step up - x375824 & x375431

An article by x375824 & x375431 about the growth of the IWW in the UK.

At work # 1: 'I still can't sleep' - The Sleepless Teacher

At Work is a new irregular series recording experiences of the workplace, moments of self-reflection and other processes of self-enquiry within contemporary capitalism.

Any names referred to in the article have been changed to protect identities.

Five reasons the IWW are challenging the culture of the UK left (and why you should be too!) - Chris W

An article by Chris W. about how the IWW in the UK are challenging regular leftist culture.