'We need to fight back together and find solidarity across lines that have previously been staged as battle lines.'
The government is swiftly and systematically destroying the rights on which ordinary people rely: to vote, to protest, to strike.
A care worker activist explains the issues they face and calls for solidarity
Kate Bradley reviews Shake the City by Alexander Billet, a well-written and thought-provoking book on the role of music in making political change.
Over a hundred thousand people have pledged not to pay.
The cost of living is going up. Community campaigns and workers are fighting back.
In a piece originally published in Socialist Lawyer, Kate Bradley reviews the Critical Legal Pocketbook, and finds it a useful corrective to capitalist legal...
As many nations re-enter lockdown, Kate Bradley interviews two rs21 members on their experiences with childcare, work and gender during Covid lockdowns.
Kate Bradley reviews A Feminist Reading of Debt, finding an insightful account of the relationship between debt, gender, and capitalism, as well as examples of how to fight back against debt.
Kate Bradley reports on recent Palestine campaigning in Greater Manchester, where campaigners defeated the University of Manchester over censorship and occupied the Elbit arms factory in Oldham.