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Alex Nunns is a writer, campaigner and musician from London. He is the political correspondent for Red Pepper magazine, and he campaigns against the privatization of the National Health Service in England. Coming from a state school he somehow gained a place to study history at the University of Cambridge and received a first class degree with distinction. As a guitarist, songwriter and producer in a band he has toured and released records.
Jeremy Corbyn’s Improbable Path to Power
In September of last year an earthquake shook British politics to its foundations. Jeremy Corbyn, a lifelong and uncompromising socialist, was elected to head the Labour Party. Corbyn didn’t just win the leadership contest, he crushed his opponents, obtaining 60% of the vote. The establishment was aghast. More
TWEETS FROM TAHRIR
Egypt’s revolution as it unfolded, in the words of the people who made it
“Without the new media the Egyptian Revolution could not have happened in the way that it did…. The turning moment had come – but it was the instant and wide-spread nature of the new media that made it possible to recognise the moment and to push it into such an effective manifestation.” —Ahdaf Soueif, from the foreword. More