Pierre Rousset  In 2009 the French LCR, follwing two highky successful presidential election campaigns with candidate Olivier Besacenot, took … More
Stuart Hall (1932-2014)
Robin Blackburn (ESSF via NLR) –  The renowned cultural theorist Stuart Hall, who died on 10 February 2014, was … More
Global Protests: Rebellion and Repression
23 December 2019. Original at Mutiny In the last two months, the world has seen the most widespread mobilisations against … More
Must Labour move right to secure its working-class base?
Phil Hearse argues that the Blairite Right and Lexit Left are drawing all the wrong conclusions from the general election. … More
Election analysis. A victory for the Far Right. A crisis for the Left.
Updated: Dec 14, 2019 Neil Faulkner and Phil Hearse analyse the general election defeat and draw lessons for the battles … More
Fighting for Climate Justice
Lies, damn lies and statistics, right? Well not always – sometimes statistics dramatise social reality in a graphic way. A … More
The Politics of Hurricanes
• September 18, 2018 • Phil Hearse How Climate Catastrophe Victimizes the Poor Climate change catastrophe is, as this article is written, … More
Can the Italian ‘sardines’ movement put an end to right-wing hegemony?
By Daniel Fulvi, GLW About 15,000 people gathered in Piazza Maggiore, Bologna, on November 14, for a flash mob to … More
Do Remainers want to abandon the working class?
28 June 2019 Bannners on the anti-Trump demo in LondonJon Cruddas’ Guardian article has a simple message, widely backed by left-wing Brexiteers, … More
Mass shootings: ugly face of US fascism
PHIL HEARSE Last weekend’s mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton, Ohio, were both the product of the growing crescendo … More