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Lindsey German

As national convenor of the Stop the War Coalition, Lindsey was a key organiser of the largest demonstration, and one of the largest mass movements, in British history.

Her books include ‘Material Girls: Women, Men and Work’, ‘Sex, Class and Socialism’, ‘A People’s History of London’ (with John Rees) and ‘How a Century of War Changed the Lives of Women’.

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Brexit, Boris and the battle ahead - weekly briefing 20 May 2019
An insurgent right can only be fought by an insurgent left – weekly briefing 13 May 2019
Theresa’s Titanic can’t be rescued by Labour - weekly briefing 06 May 2019
Solidarity with Palestine is needed now more than ever 30 April 2019
An election we thought we wouldn’t have, and a vote we shouldn’t have – weekly briefing 29 April 2019
It’s badly wrong when whistleblowers rot in jail but war criminals walk free - weekly briefing 15 April 2019
Referendum: first time farce, second time tragedy – weekly briefing 08 April 2019
Bungled Brexit beggars belief - weekly briefing 01 April 2019
She’s going down: now is not the time to prop up the Tories – weekly briefing 25 March 2019
Serbia's spring in October 24 March 2019
Call it by its name: Islamophobia, and it comes from the top – weekly briefing 18 March 2019
When Watson and Hodge represent Labour we know we’re in trouble - weekly briefing 11 March 2019
A history of International Women's Day 07 March 2019
Labour pains: Watson, witch-hunts and what we do next - weekly briefing 04 March 2019
May delays again, and it’s all about holding the Tories together - weekly briefing 25 February 2019
School's out for the Tories – weekly briefing 18 February 2019
Gavin Williamson: delusional and dangerous 12 February 2019
And your enemies closer? - weekly briefing 11 February 2019
There's no limit to nuclear war – weekly briefing 04 February 2019
Venezuela: a coup made in Washington: not for the first time – weekly briefing 28 January 2019