Is there a new left reformist strategy today?

The North Star website has carried a two-part article by Gavin Mendel-Gleason and James O’Brien that sets out the case for a left reformist politics today. With the debates currently going on in Left Unity, and the phrase “We are […]


Growing inequality: the war on the poor

The latest figures for global inequality show a worrying trend. It is a well worn phrase that the ‘rich get richer whilst the poor get poorer’, but in the last few years the extent of the wealth accumulated by the […]


The crisis at London Student: an outsider’s view

The editor of the London Student newspaper faces a no confidence motion, Simon Hardy asks why


National meeting for members and supporters 2013

The first national meeting of ACI supporters and friends in 2013 will take place in Manchester on 9 March 2013. Participants in the initiative will discuss the direction they would like to see the organisation will take. We want to […]

banksy workers of the world unite

A new culture and a new approach – the type of organisation we need

The left needs to think differently, writes Simon Hardy


New possibilities for a realignment of the left

What are the prospects for left unity today?


Halesowen 4: Solidarity appeal

Justice for the Halesowen 4! An appeal to the trade union movement for solidarity Lobby Halesowen College on Sat 26 January   On 20December 2012, Halesowen College Senior Management dismissed UCU Branch Secretary David Muritu in an outrageous act of […]


Left Unity meeting – brief report

Some notes from a meeting on Monday night initiated by Kate Hudson and Andrew Burgin on left unity. Activists from the ACI were glad to attend and strongly agree with the emphasis activists present were putting on political discussion, reflection, […]

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