Artists in Quarantine No.7 Painting and drawing make Julie Held feel alive and with the world. An intensely social person, she belongs to several artists’ organisations including the London Group. So now she is aching.
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The Real Democracy Movement education working group has had three meetings so far. We have agreed that our next step should be a series of workshops that take up the key challenges for building a movement for real democracy. This is a summary of our discussions so far. The education system does not produce citizens […]
By Frank Hayes The daily reality check of deepening poverty, zero hours, minimum wages and an “unfree-market”-driven housing crisis, combined with endemic health, public service, and community care cut-backs, frame the doorstep ambush for Ireland’s election candidates. There’s been a loss of faith in the ability of the failed, old, tried – but no longer […]
By Farah Alrajeh Academic and PhD researcher in Iraqi Literature,Sussex University Iraqis around the world are accusing the Baghdad government of crimes against humanity in a brutal crackdown against opponents. Some 300 people have been killed since demonstrations against the Abdul Mahdi regime began in early October. Iraqis are appealing to the United Nations and […]
As the Supreme Court’s unanimous judgement against prime minister Boris Johnson was read out, there was a sharp intake of breath in the court as it was held that “the Prime Minister’s advice to Her Majesty was unlawful, void and of no effect and should be quashed”. All were keenly aware that this was an […]
Boris Johnson is a clear and present danger to the UK political system and to everyone’s democratic rights. Yet the man who is set to become prime minister next week is having a clear run at moving into 10 Downing Street. The Islamaphobe and misogynist – on record encouraging a physical attack on a journalist […]