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Kate Hudson’s new book charts the inside story of CND over six decades, as it became a byword for protest and radicalism.
This timely book by Jude Woodward is an essential counter to arguments that the world faces a ‘China threat’.
Join a huge political and cultural festival in Manchester to coincide with the Tory Party conference.
Celebrating filmmaker and conservationist Eric Ashby, and poet, actor and political activist Heathcote Williams.
Join us to demand justice and equal rights for Palestinians now.
To any who claim supremacy over other human beings, to any who believe in racial or religious hierarchy: we are not you.
Heathcote Williams may be dead, but we’ve not heard the last from him yet, not by a long chalk.
Grenfell survivors fear a whitewash after judge Martin Moore-Bick said the public inquiry will be limited to how the fire started.
Heathcote Williams, poet, playwright, essayist, lyricist, actor, artist, magician, political activist and much else besides, died 1 July 2017.
‘Social cleansing’ judge to lead Grenfell Inquiry as Tory promise to re-house survivors locally is broken
The government are clearly preparing a stitch-up, by putting a judge at the heart of the establishment in charge of the inquiry.
Hollywood actor Al Pacino funded and starred in a film of Heathcote Williams’ play The Local Stigmatic.
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Forensic and passionate, eloquent and polemical, Heathcote Williams’s meticulous prose roars with righteous anger – Jeremy Hardy