Kate Bradley


Fortress Europe: rs21 interviews Matt Carr

rs21's Kate B interviews Matt Carr, author of Fortress Europe: Inside the War on Immigration.

Bad comedy and bardolatry: on the politics of Shakespeare in the...

It's 400 years since Shakespeare died, and Kate Bradley doesn't care. This year, the BBC tells me, 'Shakespeare Lives'. Apparently, it's 400 years since Shakespeare...

16 April People’s Assembly protest in London – report

By Kate Bradley, Ashmeet Teemhsa and Colin Revolting. Around 150,000 people marched in yesterday's demonstration in Central London, according to organisers, to stand for health, education, housing...

Oxford University’s liberal mask slips in Rhodes Must Fall campaign

The liberal face that Oxford University likes to present has been challenged in the campaign to remove the statue of racist Cecil Rhodes.

St Pancras die-in protests clearing of Calais refugee camp

Kate Bradley reports On Saturday, around 200 people gathered at St Pancras International train station in London to protest against the clearance of the 'Jungle'...
Women protest in the 1960s

Review: She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry

This documentary aims to celebrate the women's movement of the 60s and 70s. But, argues Kate Bradley, it does little to offer inspiration to...

No platform for Marine Le Pen at the Oxford Union –...

A demonstration against French Front National leader Marine Le Pen will take place outside the Oxford Union, Frewin Court at 5pm tomorrow. Come and...

Police ‘Shield’ scheme is not a solution

Kate Bradley writes that the government's new proposals to combat gang crime will cause more miscarriages of justice.   Two weeks ago, the London Mayor's Office...

The Climate of Concealment

Why do the police always respond so defensively when misconduct is revealed?

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Motion: COP26 and workplace environmentalism

Use this model motion to mobilise for the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow in November and organise for action on climate in every workplace!

South London marches against racist policing

The demonstration was a visible display of the type of solidarity we need when the Tories' hostile environment targets some of the most precarious workers in our communities.

Review | The world turned upside down

In Leo Zeilig's recent novel, the global elite are targeted for murder amid a growing social upheaval that sweeps the central character around the world. Andrew Stone reviews this focused and 'righteously angry' book.
Empty seats on a British train carriage

The Great British fob off 

The recent announcement of a new public sector body called 'Great British Railways' to co-ordinate all rail services has been hailed by many as a victory, but these plans in fact set the stage for further increases in fares and job cuts for rail workers. 
Crowd of strikers with End Fire & Rehire banner

Back the sacked Goodlord strikers

The dispute in the referencing department of East London property services company Goodlord has entered a new phase after the firm sacked strikers in their 13th week of industrial action.
View over Leith and the Firth of Forth.

The problem of independence

While a range of neoliberal and reactionary politics threatens to dominate the Scottish independence movement, Marcus Docherty argues that the influence of right wing leaders is not the only problem for socialists.


The Nakba never ended. Victory to the Intifada

For 73 years Palestinians have not only mourned the Nakba but refused to accept its continuation.
March with banners reading 'end fire & rehire' and 'Unite Queen's Road branch'

Ongoing Manchester bus strike defeats fire and rehire

The longest bus strike in British history is poised to win after a campaign involving an indefinite strike, community solidarity and a leverage strategy.
View from the city walls as Loyalists prepare a bonfire in the Fountain estate in Derry

What’s behind the riots in the North of Ireland?

The riots in the North of Ireland must be understood in the context of continued sectarian division and state repression.
Image of Kill the Bill protesters in Parliament Square

#KillTheBill – where it came from, where it’s going

Th Police Bill is an assault on us all and an attack on us all must be met by resistance from us all. Unity and solidarity must be the clarion call of this movement.
An engraving depicting the 1871 revolt against French rule in the Kabylia region of Algeria

1871: the Commune and the Kabylia

Rosa Moussaoui recalls the uprising that swept colonised Algeria at the same moment that a Universal Republic was proclaimed in Paris

Remembering the Paris Commune

On the 150th anniversary of the instigation of the Paris Commune, rs21's Art Group presents a video project to commemorate the world's first working-class revolutionary government.