Police

Police: enforcers of class rule

The police do not exist to ‘protect and serve’ the population at large.

Reginald Banks  ·  11 July 2021

Police officers evade prosecution for domestic violence

Only 43 of 800 accused officers have been prosecuted.

Alex Rutherford  ·  11 July 2021

Stop the retreat in the face of Tory attacks

If our “leaders'' won't lead, then grassroots activists need to take initiative and organise.

Reginald Banks  ·  11 July 2021

Morgan inquiry: Met police found ‘institutionally corrupt’

Inquiry has exposed a pattern of corruption among some of the country's top coppers.

Joe Crathorne  ·  11 July 2021

Police Bill raises the need for organised self-defence

Self defence is no offence

Joe Crathorne  ·  03 May 2021

USA: Daunte Wright’s murder shows police cannot be reformed

Wright’s murder, and the sheer number of such killings over many years, proves the inherently racist character of the police force. Quite simply, they cannot be reformed.

Tom Burns  ·  14 April 2021

Bristol, riots and resistance

It’s the police violence we should be condemning.

Tim Nailsea  ·  30 March 2021

Victory for the Shrewsbury 24—but this is only the beginning

State surveillance, political trials and blacklisting

Joe Crathorne  ·  27 March 2021

Not one more: the fight to end violence against women

We cannot rely on the police or state.

Urte March  ·  18 March 2021

Myanmar: Resistance to coup continues, solidarity with workers and youth

At least 38 protesters killed on 3 March.

Dave Stockton  ·  10 March 2021

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