UK

Warning signs: Life in a London language school

A short, but informative account from a London TEFL teacher about her early experiences in the industry.

Who Killed Patrick Quinn? The Framing of Malcolm Kennedy

Malcolm Kennedy

Interview: inside the Carpenters Estate

Carpenters Estate from the Aquatic Centre

In the run up to the London 2012 Olympics Newham council gradually emptied the nearby Carpenters Estate of tenants. In March 2010 a small anarchist newsheet, the East End Howler, interviewed one of the remaining tenants. In light of the recent occupation of the estate by Focus E15 Mothers we're republishing the interview here to provide a bit of background.

Focus E15 Mothers: fighting London's 'regeneration'

Focus E15 Mothers, a group of young women who met each other at the Focus E15 shelter in Newham, have occupied a group of flats on the Carpenters Estate in East London to protest their situation and solve the problems which Newham Council won't.

Who killed Patrick Quinn? The framing of Malcolm Kennedy

Who killed Patrick Quinn? The framing of Malcolm Kennedy

The case of Malcolm Kennedy and Patrick Quinn must rank among the most worrying of the many miscarriages of British justice. It involves not only the conviction of an innocent man but also the so far successful cover-up of a murder committed by police officers.

Reflections on The lump by Dave Lamb - Dave Walton

Building workers rally in Liverpool against a union sell-out

A couple of decades on after the publication of the controversial Solidarity pamphlet on the lump (a way of casualising construction work), Dave Walton, a former construction worker looks back on it and the struggles of the time.

Don't Mourn. Organise.

A statement from Edinburgh Anarchist Federation on the results of the Scottish independence referendum, and what comes next.

"Gr***ford? Where the hell's that?!"

A summary of our organising efforts so far in the warehouse/logistics sector and why we need your help!

A Sideways Look – Sounds Like London

A short review of "Sounds LIke London" by Lloyd Bradley.

Invite for Crisis/Class Struggle Discussion and Coordination Meeting in Liverpool, 26th to 28th of September 2014

We would like to invite you to a weekend of debate about the current stage of crisis in the UK, the situation of class struggle and the question of how to organise both debate and practice on a wider level.