The Leveller

Northern Ireland flag protests the politics of distraction

On December 3rd Belfast City Council decided, by 29 votes to 21, to reduce the number of days the Union flag was flown above the city hall from 365 to 17 days a year. Within minutes of the vote a protest of over 1000 loyalists broke through the rear gates and into the grounds of the city hall. One security guard and a number of police were injured.

The Leveller 11

May 2012 issue 11 of the monthly Leveller. Published by Organise!

The Leveller 10

April 2012 issue 10 of the monthly Leveller. Published by Organise!

The Leveller issue 9

The Leveller issue 9

The recent new format edition of the Leveller, March 2012, Issue 9 in PDF.

Rob the rich!

A call to arms to the working class from Jason Brannigan in The Leveller as the crisis bites and the rich continue to rob us blind.

We Will March... and then what?

Article from issue 6 of the Leveller on the We Will March student march in opposition to fees that was organised by the NUS-USI on the 6th April.

Congratulations Kate and Billy

Article from the latest issue of the Leveller congratulating the Royal couple who tied the knot today.

Fight the Cuts - F*ck the Elections

In March the Assembly voted through a cuts budget of over 4billion. Over £700 million will be cut from health and over £150 million from education. The people implementing these cuts are looking us to return them to power in May. Increasingly working class people are seeing through the illusion of democracy and refusing to vote. After all, it only encourages the bastards!

Assessment as control: a teacher’s experience of the pecking order in schools.

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A London teacher speaks about their own experience of the use of assessment as a form of social control in schools. From the spring 2010 issue of The Leveller.

Defending education in 2009: London Anarchist Bookfair report

A brief report from the Leveller issue 3 about the 'Defending Education' meeting hosted by the Education Workers' Network at the 2009 London Anarchist Bookfair.