The October issue of our monthly paper The Commune is now available. Click the image below to see the PDF, or see articles as they are posted online in the list below.
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we’re not ‘all in it together’ – editorial of The Commune
update on the activities of our network
tuc congress: an opportunity wasted? – by Gregor Gall
fragile livelihoods at cowley mini factory – by Brian Rylance
what is the london postal strike really about? – interview of CWU reps by Sheila Cohen
gordon brown’s workhouses for single mothers – by Zoe Smith
‘new’ tactics versus rubbish bosses – by Adam Ford
lessons of the tower hamlets esol strike – interview with two members of teaching staff
how we fought education cuts in tamworth – by Rob Marsden
on the necessity of pluralist communism – by Nathan Coombs
a letter from tegucigalpa: resisting the honduran coup – by a member of Socialismo o Barbarie
political report from the land of the haggis-eating surrender monkeys – by Allan Armstrong
electoral parties: let’s not put old wine in new bottles – by David Broder
a beginners’ guide to cuts – by Robert Kirby