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Kein Raum Der AFD Berlin – 23rd September 2017
On the day before the German federal elections it was an almost certainty that Nationalists would enter the Bundestag on a popular mandate. Alternative für Deutschland (Alternative for G
The UK’s 2017 General Election
Theresa May called a snap election, and on this day - the 8th of June - those that had the foresight in registering to vote before the deadline will be able to choose which party and whi...
Common Sense as Ignorance – A Rising Fascism in the UK
What is Fascism? Fascism is a political ideology that is often associated with the earlier half of 20th century politics. This is of course accurate, but to look beyond the surface of thi...
Tag Der Arbeit – The 1st of May in Hamburg, Germany
The city of Hamburg is known for its deep-rooted leftist culture that is most noticeable when you wander into the districts of Altona and Eimsbüttel: more specifically St Pauli and Stern
Triggering Article 50, the Deal
On Wednesday the 29th of March 2017, Theresa May will trigger Article 50. Article 50 is the section within the Lisbon Treaty - part of amendments made in 2008 to the Maastricht Treaty - ...
The Right, the Far-Right, and the Moderates
The election of Trump, and Brexit is symptomatic of a global decline and regression, shaped by the West itself. Post-industrial revolution, post-British Empire, and its chaotic transition ...
Women’s March on London – January 2017
From the US embassy in London to Trafalgar Square, over 80,000 women marched as a statement on Saturday the 21st of January that women's rights are human rights, and feminism i...
Anti-Trump Rally – US Embassy, London
Outside the United States embassy in Grosvenor Square on the day of Donald Trumps inauguration last Friday, several thousand angry protesters gathered to show their discontent ...
The World Transformed – “Where now for the European left?”
It has been almost 3 weeks since Momentum’s The World Transformed took place in Liverpool alongside the Labour Party conference. What is surprising however, is that the topics and discus