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Why we need a universal basic income

by Andrew and Elliot, Thames Valley Plan C Since the 2008 financial crisis it has become increasingly impossible to survive on wage labour. In real terms, wages in the UK have declined by 5.5 percent since 2010; the fourth worst […]

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Interviewing Media Diversity

I meet Samantha Asumadu briefly after a demonstration. She apologises for not being able to meet me earlier, but she had articles to edit and publish. She’s a lively, extremely articulate woman, who has an impressive curriculum in film-making and […]

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Women’s history in two books

Rachel Brooks reviews ‘Regeneration’ by Pat Barker and ‘How a Century of War Changed the Lives of Women’ by Lindsey German

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No Dash for Gas! Protestors converge on Balcombe

Ed Bauer reports from the Reclaim the Power camp in Balcombe, Sussex This last weekend the Sussex town of Balcombe played host to Reclaim the Power, a protest camp targeting the site of a fracking bid by the controversial firm […]

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Stop fracking Balcombe – join the protests

Join the protests against Fracking in Balcombe

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Fascists outnumbered in Croydon

Fascist splinter group, EVF, finds itself outnumbered in Croydon during a demonstration outside UKBA.

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Building in our communities

As part of its efforts to dig itself out of irrelevance as a political force in British politics, the Left must re-examine the efficacy of its interactions with oppressed peoples. The various activities that have sprung up in reaction to […]

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Combat alienation with alienated forms?

As a supporter of the Anti-Capitalist Initiative I often speak about unifying the left and “pluralism”, but often it feels as if we are going through the motions, spouting ‘progressive’ (as in more progressive than the groups we have been […]

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