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Paul Mason
Journalist, film-maker & author. Clear Bright Future: A radical defence of the human being. Out 1 May 2019! Likes = bookmarks.
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Paul Mason 1h
Don't miss the Manchester launch event for with and me at the Dancehouse. Details here:
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Financial Times 6h
Brexit shows flaws of ‘nationalistic’ politics, says Greek PM
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Paul Mason Apr 21
Beyond randomness and DNA: to meet the multiple threats of climate change, the far right and algorithmic control, we need a theory of human beings... is published on 1 May...
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Paul Mason Apr 21
Big interview with released Egyptian political prisoner
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Hannah Jane Parkinson Apr 21
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Francesca Bria Apr 18
In I argue for a revamped city agenda to restore faith in democracy: "Cities can become key agents in the transition from surveillance capitalism, where data ownership is opaque, to a model where data is a common good co-owned by all citizens"
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H.E.T. Apr 19
19th April 1943, 76 years ago, the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising started. Read the last words of its leader Mordechai Anielewicz in our digital resource 70 Voices:
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Vote For Your Future Apr 18
Every election is determined by those who show up. No matter how you vote, it's time for young people to register and turn out in this year’s European Elections. It's time to . REGISTER TO VOTE ➡️ SUPPORT US ➡️
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Andrew Adonis Apr 18
Labour’s candidates for the European elections. Very proud to be contesting the South-West alongside the brilliant ⁦⁩. Now we take the fight to Farage & the Tories who would isolate and impoverish our country
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James Meadway Apr 18
“Far from slowing down financialisation, all of this points towards its deepening, in which every large company tries to become more and more like a bank...” Me for Novara on productivity and hoarding
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Michael Segalov Apr 17
I caught up with MP, a second referendum stan, to chat about the left split on Brexit, & whether the People’s Vote leadership (Mandelson, Alastair Campbell, Chuka, Soubry etc) are doing more harm for their cause than good, for 🤘🏽
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The Intercept Apr 17
What if we actually pulled off a ? What would the future look like? The Intercept presents a film narrated and co-written by Rep. and illustrated by .
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John McDonnell MP Apr 17
Mark Carney's intervention is breakthrough moment. In addition to rewriting government spending criteria we’ll now consult on changing the Bank of England's mandate to reflect the climate change emergency highlighted by Rebellion demo.
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Paul Mason Apr 16
The has transformed political education in the British left - a genuinely open and innovative event series full of culture, intellectual challenge and diversity: they're raising money - I'm in ...
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Winifred Apr 16
New poll on confirms that 18-29 year-old men and women are overwhelmingly feeling the bern. Read:
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David Lammy Apr 16
We all have a duty to call out all those who make links with, or provides cover for, the extreme right. Our media must sharpen up to properly oppose it. History teaches us clearly that we cannot afford to appease, or give fascism the benefit of the doubt.
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JamesClayton Apr 16
Here’s the full version of ’s London nail bombs piece. Ashamed to say that when I first started researching it I had only vague memories of what happened. It remains the UK’s worst act of far-right terrorism, and it should be remembered.
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Paul Mason Apr 16
My piece from last night about
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Jon Williams Apr 15
Morning after the night before, shell of burned out clearly evident. Live pix via
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Susie M Apr 15
Charles Negre - The Vampire, portrait of Henri le Secq on the towers of Notre-Dame, Paris, 1853
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