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What is ‘free movement plus’?

A new report proposes an approach that can push back against the tide of anti-immigrant sentiment. Luke Cooper explains   [ continue reading...]

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Labour’s NEC has started to empower party members – but we still have a mountain to climb

The crunch executive meeting ahead of Labour conference agreed some welcome changes, writes Michael Calderbank, but there is still much further to go   [ continue reading...]

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The World Transformed: Red Pepper’s pick of the festival

Red Pepper is proud to be part of organising The World Transformed, in Brighton from 23-26 September. Here are our highlights from the programme   [ continue reading...]

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Working class theatre: Save Our Steel takes the stage

A new play inspired by Port Talbot’s ‘Save Our Steel’ campaign asks questions about the working class leaders of today. Adam Johannes talks to...   [ continue reading...]

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The dawn of commons politics

As supporters of the new 'commons politics' win office in a variety of European cities, Stacco Troncoso and Ann Marie Utratel chart where this movement came fro...   [ continue reading...]

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A very social economist

Hilary Wainwright says the ideas of Robin Murray, who died in June, offer a practical alternative to neoliberalism   [ continue reading...]

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Art the Arms Fair: making art not war

Amy Corcoran on organising artistic resistance to the weapons dealers’ London showcase   [ continue reading...]

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Beware the automated landlord

Tenants of the automated landlord are effectively paying two rents: one in money, the other in information for data harvesting, writes Desiree Fields   [ continue reading...]

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Black Journalism Fund – Open Editorial Meeting

3-5pm Saturday 23rd September at The World Transformed in Brighton   [ continue reading...]

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Real stories with real people: the films of Sanjay Kak

Dipesh Pandya speaks to documentary film-maker Sanjay Kak, who for 30 years has been working outside the mainstream to tell a story rooted in the struggles of t...   [ continue reading...]

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Immigration detention: How the government is breaking its own rules

Detention is being used to punish ex-prisoners all over again, writes Annahita Moradi   [ continue reading...]

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A better way to regenerate a community

Gilbert Jassey describes a pioneering project that is bringing migrants and local people together to repopulate a village in rural Spain   [ continue reading...]

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Fast food workers stand up for themselves and #McStrike – we’re loving it!

McDonald's workers are striking for the first time ever in Britain, reports Michael Calderbank   [ continue reading...]

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What is Acid Corbynism?

Jeremy Gilbert on how radical Labour politics can be inspired by the utopianism of the counterculture   [ continue reading...]

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Two years of broken promises: how the UK has failed refugees

Stefan Schmid investigates the ways Syrian refugees have been treated since the media spotlight faded   [ continue reading...]

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West Papua’s silent genocide

The brutal occupation of West Papua is under-reported - but UK and US corporations are profiting from the violence, write Eliza Egret and Tom Anderson   [ continue reading...]

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There’s nothing ‘natural’ about a natural disaster

Disasters have unequal impacts – it's the poor and marginalised who suffer most. David Harvey writes on Hurricane Harvey   [ continue reading...]

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Activate, the new ‘Tory Momentum’, is 100% astroturf

The Conservatives’ effort at a grassroots youth movement is embarassingly inept, writes Samantha Stevens   [ continue reading...]

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Peer-to-peer production and the partner state

Michel Bauwens and Vasilis Kostakis argue that we need to move to a commons-centric society – with a state fit for the digital age   [ continue reading...]

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Imagining a future free of oppression

Writer, artist and organiser Ama Josephine Budge says holding on to our imagination of tomorrow helps create a different understanding today   [ continue reading...]

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