This report on the situation in the UK is primarily for the debate with comrades abroad and for our own understanding about where things are heading. We think that a social situation needs at least two characteristics in order to become revolutionary: the rulers must have lost the resources and ability to rule and the […]Read More What’s going down on Covid Island? – A UK report – June 2020
Will they listen? And who is Britain? British Airways announced that it would be sacking it’s entire workforce of 42,000 people and re-hiring three quarters of them on worse pay and contracts – up to a 12,000 would be made permanently redundant, and for those that get the new contracts, some of the longest serving […]Read More Crisis in the air – Where are the workers’ voices?
Our book ‘Class Power on Zero-Hours’ has been beaten to a pulp by Marianne Garneau, a comrade from Organizing.Work, you can check out the review here: Better luck next time There are a few reasons why we’re responding to this review at length. There is a basic human factor, we aren’t robots! We think the […]Read More A response to the Organizing.Work review of ‘Class Power on Zero-Hours’
This is the fifth in a series of Zoom meetings. The focus of the meeting is the question how we can combine a new effort to get strategically rooted within the local working class with a process of political debate and coordination beyond our localities. You can find information about the wider project here: https://letsgetrooted.wordpress.com/2020/05/25/founding-conference-for-working-class-strategy-and-organisation/ […]Read More ‘Let’s get rooted’ – Zoom debate on university struggle as class struggle
For a new UK wide initiative to coordinate strategical debate and local working class practice: http://www.letsgetrooted.wordpress.com ———- Dear friends, Over recent weeks Croydon Solidarity 1, AngryWorkers and other comrades have started a debate about how to intensify our collaboration and make it open for others. 2 This debate was compounded by the Covid-19 crisis around us and encouraged […]Read More New UK initiative – Founding conference
Company property is defaced and its function altered, we might say re-appropriated (Marx, 1868). We would like to thank SOASS for their funding support of this study into the expression of largely cis-male gendered post-colonial subjects employed in the retail delivery sector. This is the third part in a series of explorations (AngryWorkers, 2019).  […]Read More Can the subaltern write? – A photo study of elegies on commercial van sunshields
In early-April we wrote a political summary of some of the global working class struggles under the Covid-19 regime.  We want to reiterate that ultimately it will depend on these struggles as to whether the current crisis will result in deeper divisions within the global working class or lead towards unification. Still, we can […]Read More The Covid-19 regime and the working class: potentials for unification versus new divisions
This is the third in a series of Zoom meetings. The focus of the meeting is the question how we can combine a new effort to get strategically rooted within the local working class with a process of political debate and coordination beyond our localities. For this meeting we asked comrade Steve Wright to contribute […]Read More Ideas for our Angry Zoom meeting #3
We reproduce this informative and accessible article from a comrade currently living in China, a tech worker, who is trying to get to grips with the US-China trade war. China’s economy has come under the spotlight again during the Corona epidemic. Conspiracy theorists think China released the virus into the world in order to accrue […]Read More Redistribution or trade war?
A melancholic goodbye to neoliberalism and the era of ‘communisation’ These are very general and unsystematic thoughts after having read ‘Endnotes no.5 – The Passions and the Interests’. Reading it in the midst of the Corona lockdown was the optimal surrounding, as it gives you the required time and gets you in the right headspace […]Read More Endnotes no.5: A melancholic goodbye…