Parliament Square

Not related to education but I felt compelled to get this off my chest.

Like fire in broom straw - Robert Weldon Whalen

Academic look at the role the media played during the 1929-31 textile strikes in Southern America and the lasting effect the dispute had on the region.

Kelvin McKenzie's fake apology

Kelvin McKenzie the former editor of the Sun has apologised for remarks that he and his paper made about the people of Liverpool following the Hillsborough tragedy.

Rebellious Media Conference 2011

Impressions from the alternative media event

Murdoch phone-hack shocker: Capitalism eats itself - James Heartfield

The phone-hacking scandal hasn't only revealed the true sleaziness of Britain's establishment, but also the resounding hollowness of a post-ideological elite held together by little more than self-interest - writes James Heartfield

Solidarity and News of the World hacks

Now it’s sunk in a bit, I thought I’d take a crack at analysing the anarchist debate around the News of The World’s demise in a bit more depth.

Leuenroth, Edgard, 1881-1968

Edgard Leuenroth

Biography of the German-Brazilian journalist and typesetter who committed his life to anarcho-syndicalism and anti-clericalism.

UK strike news roundup

Recent weeks have seen a number of strikes and sucessful strike ballots in the UK

Morning Star on strike! Interview with a worker

As staff at socialist daily newspaper, the Morning Star, prepare to go on strike this Sunday over pay and conditions, Ed Goddard from caught up with one worker and found out about low pay and union busting in the name of "peace and socialism."

Journalists at Johnston Press to vote again on strike action

Journalists at the Johnston Press Group are to be balloted again on industrial action after their management used a technicality to block a strike on May 19 by the NUJ.