UK

The lockdown interviews

During 2020, we interviewed two dozen fellow workers about their experiences of work during the Covid-19 lockdown. We spoke to nurses, postal workers, tube drivers, call-centre workers, university lecturers, agricultural workers, school students and more. Print and circulate the pamphlet...

Wildcat UK #5 1985

Issue 5 of Wildcat from June/July 1985, including Miners Strike, South Africa, pigs murder Italian activist Pietro Greco, Pannekoek's "The Fight", strikes in Denmark, class struggle in the classroom, AIDS panic,

PDF courtesy of Splits and Fusions archive.

London Notes: autonomist magazine #1 1992

Pilot (and only) issue of London Notes, an autonomist magazine from 1992.

PDF courtesy of Sparrows Nest archive, Nottingham.

London Workers Group Bulletin #14 October 1983

LWG bulletin from late 1983.

PDF courtesy of Sparrows Nest archive, Nottingham

London Workers Group Bulletin #13 February 1983

An issue of the LWG bulletin from 1983. Contents include NHS Dispute, ASLEF strike, Work or Dole?, Correspondence, Unemployed Groups, Press Agency job report, The Economic Crisis.

London Workers Group Bulletin #9 December 1980

London Workers Group bulletin from December 1980. Contents include Poland, unions, secretarial work, apprenticeships, job reports, "Autonomous Groups - what are they?".

Scan courtesy of Sparrows Nest archive in Nottingham.

Communist Work in a Covid Crisis: A Framework

Perspectives for the CWO as discussed in its AGM, November 2020

Forever in Debt

Article on the stranglehold that debt has on working class communities, with some suggestions on resistance.

From Black Flag #220 (2001).

Trotwatch #1 Summer 1992

Debut and possibly only issue of Trotwatch magazine, an anarchist look at the left.

With thanks to Sparrows Nest archive.

Curing The English Disease

In 1976, the Labour Prime Minister James Callaghan declared that the "English disease" of indiscipline and labour militancy was undermining the profitability of UK capital. Curing the "English disease" became the raison d’etre of the ruling class.

Article on New Labour and plans for resistance from Black Flag #220 (2001)