Daire Ní Chnáimh

Daire Ní Chnáimh

Review | The Lenin Scenario

A review of Tariq Ali's screenplay.

“Intersect the climate struggle with class struggle” | Interviews with Fuel...

Daire Ní Chnáimh interviews two activists from Fuel Poverty Action to discuss the future of the energy justice movement.

Fighting fascists in Erskine

Fascists have been organising weekly demonstrations in a small Scottish town - we explain who they are and how antifascists are organising to beat them.
Man carries placard with slogan Police everywhere Justice nowhere

24 reasons to abolish the Met Police

Violent, racist, repressive: why we need to scrap the Met

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Why cutting welfare hurts non-claimants

The Tories are proposing yet more attacks on welfare benefits, and on sick and disabled people - and Labour’s obsession with ‘hard working families’ plays up to their divisive rhetoric. Ian Allininson argues that cuts to welfare are intended to lower wages.
A man walks past the occupation wall in Palestine, two birds are in a cage in the foreground.

Debate – a response on settler colonialism

If we are to overthrow capitalism, we need to engage with what stabilises it. 

Dover’s dodgy defector

Keir Starmer's acceptance of hard-right Natalie Elphicke into the Labour party has shocked and dismayed many. East Kent resident Danny Bee explains why he's not happy at having her as his Labour MP.

Report from the Newcastle University encampment

As the number of Palestine solidarity encampments at campuses continues to grow rs21 spoke to Brian Underhill from the encampment at Newcastle University.

Kick out the Tories, prepare to fight Starmer

Colin Wilson analyses the 2 May council and mayoral elections in England.


Cass Review: dangerous and transphobic

Lisa Leak and Colin Wilson explain why we should reject Cass and renew the fight for trans liberation.

The Courtaulds strike of 1965 – Black workers fighting back

Sue Sparks of the IS History Project uncovers the history of one of the first Black workers' strikes against racism in the 1960s. 

rs21 – the first ten years

For the tenth anniversary of the launch of rs21, Jonny Jones reflects on a decade of activity, our ups and downs, challenges and achievements, and considers our hopes for the future.

Palestine 101: A century of Palestinian resistance

Shireen Akram-Boshar discusses the history of Palestinian resistance to colonialism.

Into the abyss: On the Argentinian elections.

As Argentina lurches to the right, Adam Fabry analyses the rise of Javier Milei

What’s going on in Unite? | Part 1

Unite activist Raymond Morell assesses Sharon Graham's leadership of the union. Part 1.