Public services are being dismembered, outsourced, closed down, the source of profit for a few and an impoverished society for the many.
Matthew Crampton’s book of narratives and songs sheds new light on the horrific cost of emigration, slavery and transportation
New album Another Day is a collection of songs inspired by the election of Jeremy Corbyn as leader of the Labour Party.
Metzger launched the auto destructive art movement in protest at rising consumerism, proliferation of capitalism, and building of nuclear weapons.
Sleaford Mods’ depiction of the collapsed department store chain BHS as a metaphor for the decline of the country as a whole.
Celebrating the cultural achievements of the early Russian revolution which had at its centre a commitment to the politics of socialism.
The Tory government is ‘callous, brutal and disgraceful’ says Ken Loach after his film I, Daniel Blake wins the 2017 Bafta award for Outstanding British Film.
Tansy Hoskins strips away the apparel trade’s decorative exterior and then dynamites the foundations of the fashion trade.
The western media portrayed the chess world championship as an epic battle of the ‘good’ west versus the ‘evil’ Russia’
RIP 18.11.16 Sharon Jones, iconic US soul singer who was always committed to the causes of peace and justice.
WW1 veteran Arthur never talked about the war, except to say, “I’ve seen things no man should have to see.”
Taking the fashion industry as her example, Tansy Hoskins disputes the claim that corporate power can be tamed by consumer spending.
We love them dead when they speak no more / But they will endure, ideas are bulletproof / Tooth of truth it’s impossible to pull it loose
Racism, sexism and nationality / Just to me it all seems like insanity / Why must I rob you of your humanity / To feel good about mine?
It is only too human to want to find the road to mammon’s Shangri-la for which only a tiny few have a passport.
We are taught a distorted version of history which erases the serious political struggle that really brought us the fragile freedoms we have today.
Another world is possible, says Ken Loach, there is a sense that we really have to change things now.