Michael Chessum is a campaigner and journalist based in London, a Labour and Momentum activist, and national organizer for Another Europe is Possible.
Published in: Home: OpinionFrance’s election result should serve as a wake-up call for Keir Starmer
The Labour leader and Emmanuel Macron both fail to grasp that aping the far Right won’t lead to its demise
English people must fight for Scotland’s democratic rights – or sacrifice their own
If we let Boris Johnson ignore the mandate for a second referendum, he’ll come for our civil liberties next
In the UK, a long, hot summer of post-lockdown protests has begun
If laws banning protest are passed by parliament, NGOs and trade unions must follow grassroots activists in breaking them
It's time we realised social movements are more than just a warm-up act
Ten years on from the UK's vast student protests, it's time to realise how important they were.
Published in: Home: OpinionLabour lost because of a fudge in which we all participated
Two years on from the crucial moment for Labour’s Brexit policy - here’s what we got wrong
Published in: HomeFighting in the left corner
“We are an organization with one staff member, and a limited amount of energy because nobody in the political and...