Unlike other films of the time about Britain's post-industrial communities, 'Brassed Off' refused the consolations of the New Labour era – opting instead for a combination of solidarity and despair.
At one time, lunch meant a real break and a hot meal – but for many in today’s workplace, it means a few minutes at your own desk. It’s time to take it back.
Today, Priti Patel's Nationality and Borders Bill is back in Parliament. Its aim is to criminalise those who need sanctuary, forcing them into destitution and danger – and it must be opposed.
Frantz Fanon died 60 years ago today. In this preface to Fanon's 'The Wretched of the Earth', Jean-Paul Sartre celebrated the psychiatrist and philosopher's anti-colonial vision.
Welsh Labour's governing agreement with Plaid Cymru includes plans to expand free school meals, work toward a National Care Service and fight the housing crisis – proof that there is an alternative to Tory misrule.
The extortionate cost of energy bills will see millions going without heating in Britain this winter – a reminder of the avoidable scandal of fuel poverty.
Independent press Semiotext(e) helped to break theory out of the confines of academia – and make it a tool for everyday people to deepen their understanding of popular culture.
People from the Global South are dying while fleeing crises they didn't create. As climate catastrophe intensifies, we desperately need an alternative to Europe's brutal border regimes.
The US Supreme Court is considering a case with the potential to overturn Roe v. Wade – only one part of a global right-wing campaign which aims to undo decades of progress on reproductive rights.
Thatcher's destruction of British industry was so damaging that even the CBI has now attacked it. If Boris Johnson really wants a 'levelling-up' economy, only unprecedented state investment can make it happen.
Last month, Dortmund fans voted to prevent their club changing its name, playing home games outside the city or leaving the Bundesliga – a reminder that fan power can stand up to modern football.
Britain's shamefully low sick pay forces workers to choose between self-isolation and paying the bills – if the government is serious about tackling Omicron, it needs to raise it.