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Back on the Line: Remembering Grunwick 40 Years On

40 years later, workers, writers and politicians remember the historic 2 year strike led primarily by South-Asian film processing workers at the Grunwick Lab in Dollis Hill, North-west London. How did Grunwick pave the way for further suppression of trade unions and independent worker organisation?

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"We build a wall around our sanctuaries": Queerness and Precarity

by Joni Pitt (Cohen) & Sophie Monk

Feminists have identified that paid work depends on unpaid female labour performed within the household. But what happens queer folk; those denied access to the traditional household unit, forced to find other ways to support themselves? Joni Pitt (Cohen) (@granitefemme) and Sophie Monk (@srvvlofqueerest) explore the idea that, in some ways, queerness is precarity. 
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The Race: Is Jeremy Corbyn Electable?

Aaron Bastani and Sophie Nazemi take a look at this weeks big stories and Michael Walker hosts Zoe Williams and James Meadway as they debate the viability of the Corbyn project.

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5 Lies Landlords Tell About Rent Controls

by Gordon Maloney

The Labour leadership election has seen Jeremy Corbyn renew his proposals for rent controls, and the industry response has been as predictable as it is completely devoid of truth or evidence.

5 Years on: Police Violence and August 2011

On this week’s show Ash Sarkar and Aaron Bastani are joined by Wail Qasim as they discuss police violence and racism within the context of the forthcoming five year anniversary of the 2011 riots.