UK

Brighton hotel worker successfully resists wage theft

A worker organising with Brighton Solidarity Federation has won a dispute with their seafront employer.

A brief account of the Stop 'The City' protests - Dave (London Greenpeace)

A brief account of the Stop 'The City' protests (1983/4 London) concentrating on attitudes to police repression.

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The limitations of ‘equality’ as class strategy/Book review: Trico - A victory to remember

Trico - A victory to remember, The 1976 equal pay strike at Trico Folberth, Brentford, by Sally Grovers and Vernon Merritt. Great book on an important women-led strike in 1976. We summarise the main events and then share some thoughts on struggles for 'equal pay'.

Stop The City 1983/4 - Documentation and Attitudes To Policing

A brief account of the 'Stop The City' protests 1983/4, concentrating on attitudes to possible and actual police repression - and efforts to ensure effective protests.

For The Conference Against Police Repression
Haringey, 14th September 1985

Also includes leaflets and discussion documents produced by those involved at the time:

The Enemy is Middle Class - Andy Anderson and Mark Anderson

Controversial book published by Openly Classist in 1998.

The Crisis in Care For the Elderly

The dire situation really does pose the question of what sort of society we should and could be living in the 21st century.

Amazon: A new business model better able to manage the contradictions of the capitalist mode of production

Amazon cardboard robot

An attempt to understand the functioning of one the world's most powerful companies using marxist categories - explaining how Amazon manages to combine the functions of productive, comercial and finance capital. The intention is, of course, to try to work out the implications for class strugle...

A tribute to David Nicoll (1859-1919)

portrait of David Nicoll, leaning his head on one hand

In March 2019 it’s a hundred years since the death of David Nicoll, anarchist speaker, writer, editor, poet and activist.