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What the riots reveal about Britain

Jeremy Dewar argues that August’s disturbances were not ‘criminality pure and simple’ but a youth uprising against police racism, poverty and social oppression…

Revocamp 2011 success

Alex Kelby reports from this year’s REVOLUTION Summer Camp…

The week the youth fought back

Marcus Halaby recounts how the London and UK riots of August 2011 unfolded…

British justice – class justice

The vengeful sentencing after the riots have revealed the true nature of the capitalist state. Jeremy Dewar calls for a campaign to defend all the detainees…

Class justice: ‘Lock ’em up and throw away the key’

Jeremy Dewar looks at some of the most shocking riot-related sentences to date. Others will surely follow, as the crown courts start to deliver their sentences. • Anderson Fernandes, 22,…

With the working class youth – against the police

Our leaflet for street agitation against police brutality and corruption; calling for organised community self defence and no trust in the police during the August 2011 riots.…

Chile: student movement grows from kiss-in towards general strike

A mass movement of school and university students has Chile’s right wing president Sebastián Piñera on the ropes. Jeremy Dewar reports…

With the working class youth of London – against the police

Statement by Workers Power – 8 August For the third night running, working class youth are on the streets of London fighting the police in running battles. By the evening…

Charlie Gilmour: another example of political sentencing

Another outrageous prison sentence has been handed down to a protester, writes Rachel Brooks Charlie Gilmour, son of Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour, has been jailed for 16 months for…

Education and resistance: next steps for the student movement

As the student academic year draws to a close, the summer is a good time for reflection on the year that was. John Bowman provides a balance sheet for Revolution.…