riots

What actually Happened in Bristol – and How a Narrative is Built

An article from a member of Bristol Anarchist Federation on the Kill the Bill demonstration and media narratives around it.

Class War issue 16? Oct 1985 The Working Class Strikes Back

An unnumbered issue of Class War from 1985.

Contents include: working class fight back against Liverpool heroin dealers, Handsworth riot, Why I Hate The Rich, Guardian smears Class War, report on disastrous Bash The Rich march on Hampstead, Labour Party, hunting, Class War circulation up to 15,000, Some Wimmin Use The Siserhood Like The Masons Use Brotherhood, Fuck SPUC (anti-abortionists),

Scan courtesy of Splits and Fusions archive.

“You have shown us that being peaceful is useless” – The Case of Pablo Hasél

The following is an interview with an anonymous anarchist in Spain regarding the recent riots and general response to the prosecution of anti-fascist rapper Pablo Hasél. This interview was conducted by Radio Fragmata from Greece, and previously published by Enough is Enough.

Bradford: 'Race Riots' and other media inventions – No Platform

Two articles from the militant anti-fascist group No Platform on events in Bradford in July 2001.

Taken from the now defunct No Platform website at http://noplatform.antifa.net/

Lightly edited for grammar, spelling etc.

The Reality Behind the 2001 Oldham Riots – No Platform

A collection of articles from the militant anti-fascist group No Platform on the causes and consequences of the 2001 Oldham riots.

Taken from the now defunct No Platform website at http://noplatform.antifa.net/

Lightly edited for grammar, spelling etc.

Unrest in Britain in 1919

Government dispatches tanks to Liverpool - August Bank Holiday 1919

A short account of unrest in Britain during the year 1919

Xtra! #9 1981

Issue 9 of Xtra! from 1981.

Contents include: Letters, Hampstead hit by waves of moderation (i.e. no riots), right to silence, Anarchist Youth Federation, Anarchists and Ireland, "Urban Collective Bargaining" - three and half pages of riot commentary, Xtra! banned from Collett's bookshop after a Sunday Express expose of a supposed "Street Guide To Terror" in a previous issue, Herstory/feminism, Prison Control Units, mental hospitals, Wapping Autonomy Centre opens, Basic First Aid for Injured Rioters, back page "Spot The Molotov" competition.