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Fight Snub

Patrick Mulcahy on a moment of hope and expectation

Reflecting on the Corbyn years

Duncan Bowie looks at differing assessments of what went wrong for Labour

Apartheid – from fact to thriller

‘London Recruit’ Bob Newland reviews 50 years of Peter Hain's anti-Apartheid activism

Hugo’s there?

Patrick Mulcahy on a 21st century Les Miserables

Stuart Hall – a theorist for Black Lives Matter

As anti-racist struggles mount world wide, Don Flynn considers the legacy of a pioneer

Back to the war zone

Patrick Mulcahy on gestures of solidarity in Spike Lee's Da 5 Bloods

The struggle to overthrow patriarchy is ongoing

Patrick Mulcahy on the birth of modern Women’s Lib

The Audacity of Hope

Patrick Mulcahy on a tense portrait of rich and poor in South Korea

Departure Scrounge

Patrick Mulcahy on Tarantino’s 60s Hollywood pastiche

An indictment of a culture

Zoe Mavroudi on Leaving Neverland and leaving behind our glittery illusions

Below the surface

Patrick Mulcahy on a slow burner about have-nots When it comes to the work of American writer-director S. Craig Zahler, I have arrived late to...