Zad El Bacha reviews Abolition. Feminism. Now. in the context of radical politics in Britain.
Protests on the eve of the final House of Lords vote on the Police Crime and Sentencing bill are not a last-ditch effort but a warmup for the fight to come, writes Charlotte Powell.
Kathleen Stock has blamed UCU for her decision to resign from her position.
We need a feminism integrated with struggles for economic justice and against racism, homophobia and transphobia.
Breivik's political motivations for committing the massacre have been consistently side-lined. But when examined, his far-right politics demonstrate clear affinities with much more mainstream right-wing ideology.
Scotland-based rs21 member Leslie Cunningham argues we should all be fighting in the struggle for trans rights, and asks: why the delays to reforming the Gender Recognition Act?