Dr John Puntis writes: The covid pandemic is ongoing and has already been a disaster that will have major long lasting adverse consequences. Read more »
Bob Williams-Findlay writes: It is widely acknowledged that we are living through difficult and uncertain times. The Covid-19 pandemic has led to over 80,000 deaths in the United Kingdom, with many more likely to face long-term implications of having the virus. Read more »
What our expectations should be of the Government in relation to entering Tier Five Covid-19 Pandemic in 2021 On the evening of the 4th of January, Prime Minister Johnson, went on television to confirm what most of the nation had anticipated, many had called for, but for the entire Christmas period the government had been […] Read more »
Mark this year’s International Women’s Day with abortion rights campaigners from Poland, Argentina and Ireland. Thursday, 4 March 2021: 5pm–7pm UK time via Zoom Read more »
An online event to explore the origins and impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic: Saturday 13 February 2021, 2-5.30pm Read more »
Kate Hudson writes: Trump’s last few days in the White House raised major concerns about his finger on the US nuclear button. Read more »
As the UK death toll surpasses a thousand a day, it has never been more crucial for the government to adopt a Zero Covid strategy. Read more »
Allan Todd writes: Johnson’s Ten-Point ‘Green’ Plan – only announced last November – has, all too-predictably, already gone up in smoke Read more »
Allan Todd writes: With UK Covid-19 deaths now having passed the 80,000 mark – the first country in Europe to ‘achieve’ this ‘record-breaking’ position – surely now is the time to book YOUR slot at Zero Covid UK’s 16 January Conference? Read more »
Andrew Burgin writes: Yesterday was a significant step for the fascist movement in the States. Read more »
Today a UK court has ruled to reject Julian Assange’s extradition to the United States, where the WikiLeaks founder would face espionage charges for publishing secret US military documents. Read more »
David Landau writes: Alarm bells started ringing as the Government and Labour Party opposition talked about ‘securing our borders’. Read more »
Allan Todd reports: Twitterstorm Barclays: As a very welcome change from ‘Storm Christoph’, last Friday – 22 January – XR activists and supporters launched a massive Twitterstorm against Barclays Read more »
The save Royal Glamorgan A&E (SRGAE) campaign, which was initiated by the People’s Assembly RCT/Bridgend group, has had a tremendous victory Read more »
Sandra Daniels and Bob Williams-Findlay from West Midlands Left Unity have issued this statement on behalf of Disabled Members. Read more »
Trade union members, peace campaigners and politicians joined pensioners and families from across Britain Read more »
South London public meeting where Richard Farnos spoke on the gig economy and Ian Townson Chair of UNITE Community Lambeth & Southwark spoke on the campaign for the Picturehouse workers. Read more »
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