People Spent the Weekend Showing Their Contempt for the UK Government
Unsurprisingly, the disaster at Grenfell was at the forefront of protesters' minds.
Grenfell Tower Fire
Should Rich People's Houses Be Seized to Help Grenfell Victims?
What to make of Corbyn's idea to "requisition" empty houses for people displaced by the fire.
What Happened When Assange Addressed the Press
It was announced this morning that the preliminary investigation into the Wikileaks founder regarding allegations of rape has been "discontinued".
Why Social Media Can Never Fill the Void in Our Depressing Lives
Don't forget to share and like!
The Restless Youth Issue
No Matter the Election Results, Parisian Youth Are Crying 'F*ck the Police'
There is also an insoluble quality to French police violence, which resists being explained by recent laws or electoral politics.
An Idiot's Guide to the Surprise UK Election Announcement
Charting a course through the confused panic.
How Squats Can Shape the Cities They're in
An interview with Alexander Vasudevan, the author of a new book about squatting around the world.
How the Far-Right Has Already Capitalised On the Westminster Attack
It took no time at all for the right to start spreading misinformation, using a tragedy for their own ends.
The Revolution Will Be Weird and Eerie
Mark Fisher's 'The Weird and the Eerie' tells us how to embrace the future.
Theresa May Mobilizes a Whites-First Vision of Britain's Trading Future
During her visit to Washington, the prime minister showed that white settler colonies will be Britain's preferred partners after Brexit.
Brexit Will Force Us to Face Up to the Grizzly Truth About Empire
Theresa May can't get away with calling former colonies "old friends".
Will Brexit Turn Britain Into a Corporate Tax Haven?
The Chancellor has implied that we'll bow to big business to spite Europe.