7 November 2018

We’re pleased to announce L&W’s top 10 views and downloads for autumn 2018: an eclectic and topical mix of free to view content that reflects your interests as well as the wider political landscape.
 

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12 October 2018
JOURNAL

With the final parliamentary debates over our departure from the EU a matter of weeks away, Mark Perryman...

10 October 2018

This autumn we’ve put together a selection of books that offer stories of hope and inspiration in dark times, celebrating and exploring the work of left and antifascist movements in Spain.

Podemos: In the Name of the People focuses on the contemporary phenomenon of left political...

This blog is a piece from the forthcoming Soundings issue 70. 

 

Richard Kuper, Brendan McGeever, Lynne Segal and Nira Yuval-Davis, in discussion with Jamie Hakim and Ben Little

The discussion...

4 September 2018

We’ve chosen our five essential L&W ‘back to school’ titles for students and readers of all ages - plus two bonus titles you can read for free. All of five titles in our Back to School promotion are ...

8 August 2018

We’ve put together a selection of compelling, thought-provoking and inspirational reading for your summer, wherever you spend it. Our list includes people’s history, stories of radical resistance and solidarity, and blueprints for a better future. All six of these holiday read titles are...

Joan Anim-Addo, Professor of Caribbean Literature and Culture at Goldsmiths, University of London, discusses the legacy of the Empire Windrush and the long history of the UK’s ‘hostile environment’. 

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2 April 2018
JOURNAL

In John Le Carré’s spy novel, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, published in 1974 (and made all the more memorable for the TV series based on it 1977), a Soviet double agent, Bill Hayden, has virtually gained control of the British secret service. This undeniably brilliant mole, eventually unmasked by...

This blog is a revised and abridged version of an article which appeared in Soundings 66.

Jeremy Corbyn’s election...

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