Ten years since Climate Camp: return to Drax

Biofuelwatch explain why we still need to axe Drax ten years

When Mitie care workers fight back

Anne’s first call started at 7am and her last finished at

An A-Z of Green Capitalism

Our guide to Green Capitalism, explaining the dangers of this new

Immigration Detention Centres factsheet

It can be hard to keep track of the shadowy world

Home Office quietly advertises £80 million privatisation of Calais border security

By Calais Research Network. While the UK’s plans for the “Great

Three companies, three pay rises: talking tactics with a courier union

Mags Dewhurst from the Independent Workers Union of Great Britain (IWGB)

Snitches, Stings & Leaks: how Immigration Enforcement works

The Byron Hamburgers “sting” was no one-off. This report, analysing leaked

Tapped up by Affinity Water

If you live in Shepway you’ll have seen your water bills

Byron Burgers

Byron Burgers sending millions to owners offshore while workers are deported

What’s up with biomass gasification?

Almuth Ernsting from the campaign group Biofuelwatch looks at biomass gasification

Struggles for autonomy in Kurdistan

Kurdistan is currently divided between four countries: Iraq, Iran, Syria and

From Fascist to anti-militarist: An interview with a Turkish ex-soldier

By Tom Anderson and Eliza Egret Yannis Vasilis Yaylalı was brought

Bail conditions used as a tool to limit political dissent: An interview with Pete Simpson

This is an interview with Pete Simpson, an anarchist activist who

Democratic confederalism in Kurdistan

Lead photo caption: A commune meeting in Amude in Rojava’s Cizîrê

‘They stole my childhood’: The trauma of being a Kurdish child in the 1990s in Turkey

Lead photo caption: Children attending a demonstation in the cemetery in