Charlie Bertsch / 10 Aug 2022

Post-War Youth

400 Blows After Netflix

François Truffaut’s  The 400 Blows is one of cinema’s all-time classics, the 1959 film that demonstrated how deftly a new generation of French critics could transform themselves into the filmmakers of la nouvelle vague.(...)

Natalie Sarkic-Todd / 01 Aug 2022

Life Under Thatcher

Working for the Iron Lady

It’s remarkable how candidates in the Tory leadership race have channelled Margaret Thatcher. Especially as they're barely old enough to have experienced her policies.(...)

Josh White / 18 Jul 2022

Last Days of Neoliberalism

London 2012 Nostalgia

Take the Overground to Hackney Wick. Get off there and walk into the nearby maze of decay and graffiti. Believe it or not, this is not far from the regeneration hub of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.(...)

Josh White / 04 Jul 2022

Enemies Within

The Press vs. the Workers

Not everyone can handle TV appearances, least of all on live TV shows. No one expected RMT leader Mick Lynch to do so well in televised clashes with broadcast journalists.(...)

Josh White / 14 Mar 2022

Lord of Siberia

Boris Johnson’s Oligarch

Walking into Hampton Court Park, you might expect to get away from the hectic flux of London. You’d be right. (...)

Jennifer Crakow / 01 Feb 2022

Anti-War on Terror messaging. Shepard Fairey mural, London. [Jennifer Crakow]

Post-colonial windows. Brixton Market, London. [Jennifer Crakow]

Josh White / 17 Jan 2022

The End of Protest

UK Liberties at Risk

London's Kill the Bill march began in the centre of Lincoln's Inn Fields.  It was a cold Saturday morning but the crowd was lively. The usual suspects had turned out.(...)

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