Colin Revolting reviews director Ken Loach's latest film, which centres on the family of two workers in the gig economy
Colin Revolting reviews Never Again by David Renton, the story of the fascist National Front and the campaign which stopped it in its tracks.
On 6 March 1984, the walkout at Cortonwood Colliery signalled the beginning of the 1984-85 miners' strike. Colin Revolting remembers how he and his fellow students supported the miners.
A key dispute in the battle against education privatisation has been unfolding at John Roan school in Greenwich. Support staff will be on strike again next week.
Barry Hines's book A Kestrel for a Knave, which became the film Kes, was published fifty years ago this year, but it remains as relevant as ever.
Colin Revolting and his son were moved to tears by the new play The Jungle, currently showing at the Playhouse Theatre in London's West End.
An interview with Martin Hewes of the Redskins, to some the true inheritors of the Clash's crown as the radical rockers
The first Rock Against Racism carnival took place forty years ago, on April 30 1978.
Footage from Goldsmiths college picket line where staff and students talk about their experience of striking so far.
Cullen uses the language of advertising to make art taking aim at militarism and consumerism