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revolutionary reflections | You can’t stop Wapping by marching past it:...

Sherrl Yanowitz, who sadly died in June last year - Obituary Sherrl Yanowitz 1942-2016 - played an active role in the dispute at Wapping...

Festive action targets Israeli apartheid

Sherrl Yanowitz reports on the first of a series of festive pickets of the Israeli owned soap shop Sabon in  London's Covent Garden. On Saturday 5...

Solidarity demo counters Zionist mobilisation at London Palestinian Mission

As the number of Palestinian deaths in recent weeks continues to rise, Sherrl Yanowitz reports from last night's protest at the Palestinian Mission to counter...

“Disruptive technologies”: lessons from Wapping

The idea that new technologies will replace the need for human labour is not a new one. However, it is currently receiving a lot...

Hey, hey, Theresa May, how many kids have you drowned today?

Campaigners are standing up to the Tories' racism against immigrants and refugees. Sherrl Yanowitz and Neil Rogall report from the protest at Downing Street on...

Dancing the Dabke to beat Israeli Apartheid

Sherrl Yanowitz and Neil Rogall report from successful action organised by London Palestine Action against Israeli apartheid   London Palestine Action organised an all singing...

Paradox in Palestine: Ali Abunimah speaks in London

Ali Abunimah, executive director of the Electronic Intifada website spoke at a meeting organised by the Middle East Monitor in London on the 4th...

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