More than a Left Foot

There are three chapters that explain clearly and in some detail the theoretical debates about disablement in capitalist society. The three periods in his life are woven together with the red thread of this political theory – he really does relate the political to the personal.

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21st June 2020 // 0 Comments

1968 seen from Britain

None of the key events of 1968 happened in Britain, but they impacted dramatically on the configuration of the Left, writes Phil Hearse. One socialist journal said it was [...]

3rd May 2018 // 0 Comments

Solidarity with the UCU Strike!

Starting Thursday February 22, members of the University College Union (UCU) at 61 universities will be taking strike action against proposed changes to their pension scheme, [...]

21st February 2018 // 0 Comments

Free Education Now!

Over the past few years, a quiet but substantial change in attitudes towards tuition fees has taken place.  In 2013, the then National Union of Students president Liam Burns [...]

15th November 2017 // 1 Comment

March for Free Education on Nov 15

The Prime Minister recently announced plans to reduce university tuition fees to £7,500 per year, and to raise the repayment threshold on student loans to £25,000.  This [...]

17th October 2017 // 1 Comment

SOAS says stop outsourcing

Students at the School of Oriental and African Studies, (SOAS) in central London went into occupation on Tuesday June 13 in support of catering workers and facilities at the [...]

17th June 2017 // 1 Comment

Students step up the boycott of NSS

Nathan Rogers reports: The National Campaign Against Fees and Cuts is something of an oddity on the student left in Britain. Formed in 2010 by a coalition of socialists, [...]

8th February 2017 // 1 Comment