Over the last few years I have been contributing to the anarchist newspaper Freedom. This has developed into a regular monthly column, mainly about the state of British politics. The most ltesarticle is presented at the top. I will add more over the coming months so that this becomes an archive of these articles.
My November 2018 article focused on the US mid-term elections and what they might mean for the presidency of Donald Trump.
In October 2018 I wrote about that stunt by Banksy and how Art is a thing removed from our lives by such spectacles.
Class War organised a trip to Ress-Mogg's house. Then all hell broke loose. It started a frantic week of newspaper articles about the group which mainly consisted of abuse. how scared the ruling class must be.
My growing frustration at the idea that Brexit is somehow good for the working class emerges here. We are finally starting to realise that Brexit is almost exclusively a right wing concern, that working class Brexit supporters are either right wing or rudderless politically.
I reflected on the lack of action within British anarchism and looked towards a presidential visit that could potentially change the state of play.
In my June 2018 column I look at the state of British politics one year on from the 2017 general election.
This article reflects on the local election results of May 2018 and assesses the prospects for another hung parliament at the next election.