Issue 30 of The Commune is now available. It features a bottom up view of the UK public sector pensions dispute, an article on how our public spaces are changing, new developments on the left and more besides.
The paper is free: click the image above to download the PDF. See below for a list of articles as they are posted online.
sparks show the way – this month’s editorial looks at the different trajectories taken by electricians’ and haulage drivers’ struggles
deeper into essex: how you are allowed in your city – Sharon Borthwick reviews Anna Minton ‘Ground Contol: Fear and happinnes in the twenty-first century city’ and looks at how our public spaces are changing, especially in relation to the Olympics
made in rochdale: exported globally – Scumboni offers a radical defence of worker co-operatives
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