Review: The power and politics of textiles in art

An international representation of textile art interrogating gender, race, environment and more

Workers Power  ·  02 March 2024

Review: Women in revolt! Art and Activism in the UK 1970-1990

Exhibition at Tate Britain London, running until 9 April 2024.

Workers Power  ·  17 January 2024

Mr Bates vs the Post Office: A great British scandal

Review of the tv series that exposed the Horizon scandal.

Jeremy Dewar  ·  17 January 2024

Review: The Last Colony by Philippe Sands

By Jeremy Dewar Between 1969 and 1973, Britain deported 1,500 islanders from their homes on the Chagos archipelago in the Indian Ocean. Many of them were descendants of African slaves, brought to the islands to work on coconut plantations, first by the Portuguese, then by the French. Twice removed from their homes, on both occasions […]

Jeremy Dewar  ·  16 October 2023

Review: One State by Ghada Karmi

Making the case for a one state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Urte March  ·  16 October 2023

Review: Capitalist China and Socialist Revolution

By Peter Main In this short pamphlet, Simon Hannah seeks to, ‘outline the recent history of China as well as the ways in which the politics and economy of the country have shifted – making it one of the most powerful capitalist and emerging imperialist countries in the world’. More than that, as the title […]

Peter Main  ·  15 October 2023

‘We don’t need no thought control’: Review of Roger Waters, ‘This Is Not a Drill’ world tour

The 'controversial' politics of Roger Waters take centre stage in his first farewell tour 'This Is Not a Drill' tour

George Banks  ·  13 June 2023

Investigating the new proletariat

Marcel Rajecky reviews Work, Work, Work: Labor, Alienation and Class Struggle by Michael D. Yates

Marcel Rajecky  ·  05 June 2023

‘You caan’ mek we shut up’ – Review of Claude McKay: The Making of a Black Bolshevik

Jeremy Dewar reviews Claude McKay: The Making of a Black Bolshevik

Jeremy Dewar  ·  18 December 2022

How to lose… again: A review of Our Bloc by James Schneider

Dave Stockton reviews Our Bloc: How We Win by James Schneider

Dave Stockton  ·  18 December 2022

Organising from above: Review of A Collective Bargain by Jane McAlevey

Tim Nailsea reviews A Collective Bargain: Unions, Organising and the Fight for Democracy by Jane McAlevey

Tim Nailsea  ·  18 December 2022

The limits of municipal socialism: A review of Radical Lambeth by Simon Hannah

Dave Stocking Radical Lambeth: 1978-1991 by Simon Hannah

Dave Stockton  ·  05 September 2022

Why You Should Be A Trade Unionist by Len McCluskey

Tim Nailsea reviews Why You Should Be A Trade Unionist by Len McCluskey

Tim Nailsea  ·  15 November 2021

AWL blames Stalinism for Corbyn defeat

Urte March reviews Corbynism: What Went Wrong by Martin Thomas (AWL)

Urte March  ·  02 November 2021

How Black and Asian workers fought bosses and unions in the 20th century

Jeremy Dewar reviews The Making of the Black Working Class in Britain by Ron Ramdin

Jeremy Dewar  ·  07 October 2021

Common History, Common Struggle by Peter Hadden

Bernie McAdam reviews Common History, Common Struggle by Peter Hadden.

Bernie McAdam  ·  13 February 2021

The war on disabled people

Dara O'Cogaidhin reviews The War on Disabled People: Capitalism, Welfare and the Making of a Human Catastrophe by Ellen Clifford

Dara O'Cogaidhin  ·  12 February 2021

The Corona Crash by Grace Blakeley

Andy Yorke reviews The Corona Crash: How the Pandemic will Change Capitalism by Grace Blakeley

Andy Yorke  ·  12 February 2021

Paul Embery: When the dog whistle becomes tedious

Tim Nailsea reviews Despised: Why the Modern Left Loathes the Working Class by Paul Embery

Tim Nailsea  ·  08 December 2020

The Communist Party of Britain’s reformist road to socialism

Tim Nailsea reviews the 2020 edition of Britain's Road to Socialism

Tim Nailsea  ·  30 November 2020

Small Axe hews heavy beams

Review of Mangrove, first film in Steve McQueens Small Axe series.

Jeremy Dewar  ·  25 November 2020

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