On July 14th, Red Fightback comrades attended Roger Hallam’s tour, ‘The Time is NOW’, with the intent to ask Hallam a question about the potential proposed changes to the Public Order Act.
On June 20th 2019, the government of Scotland announced that it would not be carrying out the recommendations found within their consultation on the Gender Recognition Act (GRA). Instead, it will launch another
Between Thursday 13th until Friday 14th of June, the University of London Justice for Workers campaign launched and briefly defended an occupation at Senate House in London, as part of their resolute campaign
On 15 April, thousands of climate activists occupied key locations in London, taking Marble Arch, Oxford Circus, Piccadilly Circus, Parliament Square and Waterloo Bridge. These protests, called by the British climate activist organisation
On Tuesday, March 12th, students at Goldsmiths UoL, organised as Goldsmiths Anti-Racist Action, occupied Deptford Town Hall on the New Cross campus. This continuing occupation is in response to Goldsmith’s repeated failure
The latest episode of the government using populist racism to distract from the Brexit débâcle has been the decision of Sajid Javid, Home Secretary, to revoke citizenship from teenager Shamima Begum. Begum was