Archive: Working groups blog
Charter of the Forest 800th year Anniversary
The Charter of the Forest 1217 was the first environmental charter in history, and enshrined the right of everyone to subsistence on the commons. The importance of this younger sister of the Magna Carta is deliberately overlooked by the establishment due to its radical implications.[…]
Calais – Under Attack and Fighting Back!
30% of the camp is being cleared by force. Successful solidarity is being met by naked state power. But resistance is fertile![…]
Hedge funds helped wreck Puerto Rico by Aengus mac Og.
It’s another symptom of the way things are within this corrupt and untethered political and economic system.
Puerto Rico as we know is not one of the wealthiest places in the world and is slowly but surely going bankrupt. I hear today that US hedge[…]
I was once once a Refugee by Nina Moniri.
I was once a refugee
I am the child of refugees.
Two hard working people who left a hazardous existence in the hope that one day I would have the security and safety they didn’t have.
What would’ve happened to us if we hadn’t left I[…]
Years ago, my then-therapist, who knew I’d been deeply involved in drug policy reform, suggested I contact Russell Brand as he was also speaking out against unhelpful drug legislation. I had stopped watching TV, so barely knew who he was.
Fast forward to early 2014, and he is suddenly an acquaintance: fellow ex-drug[…]
There’s also the part that these fracking holes can then be used to store nuclear waste. Wonder what that would do to the environment and the house prices of Tory voters?[…]Read more →
Italy added to the railway gravy train.
First the Germans and the French, now the Italians are joining the privatised Railway gravy train.
Both Jeremy Corbyn of Labour and Caroline Lucas of the Greens, along with 66% voters, including 52% of Conservative voters, want Railways back in public hands.
As pointed out by Jeremy Corbyn,[…]