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An independent publisher of radical, left‐wing non­‐fiction books. Established in 1969, we are one of the oldest radical publishing houses in the UK, but our focus remains making timely interventions in contemporary struggles.
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A sharp investigation into the dark path of the Alt-Right.
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Grenfell

A year has passed since the Grenfell tower fire. In this blog, activists, writers and firefighters come together to remember Grenfell, an act of public murder.

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Mike Wendling

Mike Wendling

Mike Wendling’s book “is a vital guide to understanding the Alt-Right – the white nationalist, misogynist, far-right movement that rose to prominence during Donald Trump’s successful election campaign in the United...

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A sharp analysis of the widening cracks in Israel's traditional pillars of support
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PODCAST: ‘Radicals in Conversation’

This month’s episode is an edited recording of the first ever ‘Pluto Live’ event. Ben White and Karma Nabulsi lead a wide ranging discussion about the question of Israel/Palestine in 2018.

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VIDEO: Cracks in the Wall – Beyond Apartheid in Palestine/Israel

In this short video, Ben White explores the changing terrain of political support for Israel during the Trump era, and the ways forward beyond apartheid in Palestine.

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Why we need to shut down the business school!

One in seven students at UK universities are now studying business. These institutions act as loudspeakers for neoliberal capitalism with all its injustices. Martin Parker outlines five reasons why we should shut down business schools!

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Beyond Apartheid?

The bloodshed in Gaza on Nakba day 2018, Trump’s alliance with Israel and the successes of BDS are working to erode the pro-Israel consensus, what could this mean for Palestinians living under Israel’s apartheid regime?

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Capital or the people:

What does it mean to suggest that government ‘manages’ things on behalf of capital? Looking at workfare, wage restrictions and financialisation, Charles Umney seeks to understand whether governments work for people or capitalism.

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How class is structured in the call-centres, office blocks and fast-food chains of modern Britain.
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