July 2022


CGI rendering of the plans for Etruscan Square in Stoke-on-Trent

‘Levelling up’ is part of the culture war

31 July 2022 What is presented as an infrastructure programme is just gesturing and distraction to cover for a decade of government underinvestment, writes Dominic Davies

Key Words: CANZUK

29 July 2022 Owen Hatherley uncovers the imperial nostalgia fuelling proposals for a new geopolitical union

Rebuilding collective intelligence

24 July 2022 Human capital theory cannot solve our economic woes. David Ridley says we need a socialist alternative.

Post-Internet Far Right – review

22 July 2022 James Poulter looks at transformations in far-right organising and influence and how anti-fascists can respond

Trauma, power and hope – an interview with Rizwaan Sabir

15 July 2022 Rizwaan Sabir on discovering - and overcoming - the structures of state power and oppression.

Misogyny, monopoly and marginalised communities

13 July 2022 Tower Hamlets Labour Party is deeply hypocritical in its treatment of marginalised people and women of colour, argues Tasnima Uddin

A man wearing a face mask speaks into a microphone

Fighting for Paris’ last community cinema

7 July 2022 A collective of workers, squatters, film lovers and local residents are fighting to save the last community cinema in Paris, reports Laetitia Bouhelier

The TGWU: Representing a mass trade union movement – review

4 July 2022 Past successes and failures of trade unions can inform and inspire strategies for today, writes Jane Holgate

Fighting for Cardboard City

2 July 2022 Winner of the Dawn Foster Memorial Essay Prize: From a 1950s estate on the outskirts of Leeds, Jessica Field charts a community under threat and the stresses of activism on the frontlines of the housing crisis



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