Monthly Archives: April 2016

State and fascism: one year of the trial of Golden Dawn

Today marks one year since the start of the trial of Golden Dawn. The process will last at least to the end of 2016. The stakes are extremely high. The latest figures on racially motivated murders and assaults (and, for the first … Continue reading

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Jewish Salonika, Bangladeshi East London and rememberance

  Jewish Salonikans being registered in Freedom Square, Thessaloniki  The first transport from the city of Salonika, northern Greece, shunted out of the railway sidings on Monasteriou Street on 15 March 1943. It was carrying hundreds of Jews to Auschwitz-Birkenau … Continue reading

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Cameron’s crisis – a class moment for the left

It is very good of David Cameron to highlight the central political dynamic of the referendum campaign. That’s what he has just done by seeking to divert attention from his and the Tories’ latest crisis through announcing £9 million of … Continue reading

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