And so it came to pass that the National Defence League (NDL), as we expected in our previous report, used their supposed defence of the George Square Cenotaph as a cover to attack the asylum seekers’ demonstration put on by the No Evictions Campaign an hour later. We can confidently dismiss all of the “history […]Read More NDL does the bosses’ work at George Square!
Do not be mistaken- It is no coincidence that this demo by the NDL is being held at 5, just one hour before a demonstration by the No Evictions Campaign is due to take place at George Square. This demonstration by the No Evictions Campaign is organised and led by those asylum seekers so cruelly forced into unsafe hotel accommodation by Mears, the company currently holding the Home Office’s contract for housing asylum seekers.Read More Don’t be fooled: The Statue Defenders are doing the bosses’ work
Sound Thief responds to Dundee Young Socialists regarding the incidents at last week’s BLM demonstration in Dundee.Read More Socialist Groups Hijack BLM Demonstration in Dundee: Response to Dundee Young Socialists.
When Boris Johnson condemned Black Lives Matter protesters as ‘thugs’ recently, he may or may have not fully realised the racialised significance of what he was doing. Thug – as a term – has a long colonial history which, ironically, further paints the Prime Minister as having a somewhat romanticised view of colonialism.Read More On Thuggery – A Brief History of a Racialised Term
Selfish, reckless people, we are told, are responsible for the extent and speed of the spread of coronavirus. The general public are flocking to parks and beaches in spite of the current lockdown. ‘How dare they?’ we hear, when the truth is that the general public have more time and less money than they are used to living with, and the prospect of several months alone in a small flat is not an easy one.Read More The Radical Act of Taking Up Space
It was an election that was dominated by Brexit, which saw Labour uprooted from its heartlands despite a popular policy agenda. The reasons for the loss have been attributed to Jeremy Corbyn’s media-bedraggled personality, Brexit fatigue, and unrealistic expectations of the Labour party, as well as unclear policy among smaller concerns.Read More A Taste of Democracy – Starving for Power: Reflections on the 2019 General Election
We need to highlight the common sources of the plight of both British and migrant workers, and foreground the objectives of solidarity, community power, and the overthrow of this economic system as such. It is contradictory to argue against this system while at the same time proclaiming that migrant workers are welcome precisely because of the role they serve within it.Read More The Thief and the Cash Cow: Twins from a union of enemies
The IWW Couriers Network condemns Deliveroo’s recent spate of mass terminations in cities across the UK leaving at least 100 couriers without work before Christmas.Read More BREAKING: Deliveroo fire hundreds of couriers days before Christmas!
UberEats couriers in Glasgow were on strike today (Monday 10th of September) in protest against UberEats’ recent reductions of boost payments.Read More ‘Uber Cheats!’: Couriers Strike in Glasgow
As part of International Week of Solidarity to Anarchist Prisoners between August 23-30 2018, a variety of anarchists and anarchist groups mobilised in the centre of Glasgow.Read More GLASGOW- INTERNATIONAL WEEK OF SOLIDARITY TO ANARCHIST PRISONERS