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Paris, Aleppo, Baghdad: their wars, our dead!

Editorial of WorkersWildWest no.3 - A workers/ paper from West-London: Basic position on the Paris attacks, the war in Syria and the state of emergency

Welcome to the jungle: working and struggling in Amazon warehouses

Article on structure, working conditions and disputes at Amazon in Germany and Poland - reports and interview with workers in the appendix

Amazon in India: The e-commerce jungle and workers' reality

The following article is the first part of a series about workers' conditions and disputes at Amazon and other online-retail companies. If comrades in the UK are up for turning this material into leaflets for distribution amongst Amazon workers here, please drop us a line!

Experiences with trade unions in West London

Experiences with Unite, GMB, USDAW at, amongst others, Sainsbury's distribution centre, Waitrose warehouse, Bakkavor food factory, Alpha LSG airline caterer.

Messing with the drivers! Situation at Wincanton/Sainsbury's Transport Office in Greenford, West London

Report about working in the transport office of a Sainsbury's distribution centre and general information about conditions and struggles of truck drivers in the UK and Europe.

Workers' fear and loathing in London's western badlands: A jigsaw publication

P*ck yourself!

A patchwork "book" being compiled on the situation of the working class in West London, in particular those working in the logistics and distribution sector.

Drop out - Tune in! - AngryWorkersWorld hot autumn/winter plans

Leninists? Maoists? Muppets?

We're back from our tour and want to invite you to come out to Greenford, West-London or a similarly remote corner of the internet to hatch some wicked plans. The ideas we came up with so far move in concentric circles and you can drop in wherever.

Seeing past the luxury label part II: H&M in Hamburg, Germany and their suppliers in Delhi, India

Interesting look at the working conditions and workers' resistance in H&M warehouses in Germany and factories in India.

The experiences of Kamunist Kranti and Faridabad Majdoor Samachar

The comrades in Faridabad (an industrial area on the outskirts of Delhi) reflected critically on their former Marxist-Leninist trajectories, e.g. the trade union question, in light of both practical experiences in their industrial area and theoretical efforts to re-read Marx and to familiarise themselves with the international left communist debate since Lenin.

On the ‘social strike’: Contribution for the Plan C Fast Forward Festival September 2015

We send the following thoughts ahead of the Plan C festival hoping that it will allow people who attend the meeting to prepare and people who cannot attend to take part in the debate.

Struggles ‘Made in India’: on the series of factory riots, occupations and (wildcat) strikes in Delhi’s industrial south, 2014

Asti Workers, Manesar

The following article documents material concerning eighteen factory struggles in Delhi’s industrial belt between early 2014 and mid-2015.

Ditching the fear! Warehouse workers struggles in Italy and their wider significance

Some AngryWorkers went to Italy to meet workers involved in the logistics struggles there. The article includes some thoughts and context based on our discussions with them, our reflections on differences between the situation here in the UK and Italy, and some critical questions.

Warehouse-spotting! Short Reports from AngryWorkers Northern Tour…

Four reports from short visits at different warehouses in Manchester, Leeds, Bradford area.

Comments on Plan C Leeds text: "On social strikes and directional demands"

Contribution to the debate about social/transnational strikes and the question of demands

Unemployed? Low wages? Bad sex life?! 'The nation' won't help us!

Article on nationalism and its divisive effect between workers, with a focus on warehouse workers in West London.

Don't breakdown! Slow down!

Experiences from Sainsbury's/Wincanton distribution centre in Greenford

WorkersWildWest - Trial-and-error of a political workers' newspaper in West-London

We want to present the first issue of our local newspaper and invite you to collaborate with us in future.

Discussion Paper and Minutes: Meeting on Crisis and Class Struggle in the UK – Liverpool, September 2014

Post-Discussion Coma

A dozen of us met for three days in order to discuss the situation of crisis and struggles in the UK and beyond and about the question of how our organizational/practical efforts relate to the current phase.

"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!

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.