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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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Ship, iceberg... you know what happens next - weekly briefing 01 October 2018
The neverendum won’t help Labour, but it will help the right - weekly briefing 24 September 2018
October Song - book review 20 September 2018
Learnt nothing and forgotten everything: the next crash is coming - weekly briefing 17 September 2018
Racism, war and Trump: the Stop the War Coalition AGM 14 September 2018
Boris is going for brutal Brexit - weekly briefing 10 September 2018
The Palestinians deserve better than this – weekly briefing 03 September 2018
When the lying has to stop – weekly briefing 28 August 2018
The bigotry of Arlene Foster won’t stop women on the march - weekly briefing 29 May 2018
Too rich to fail - weekly briefing 21 May 2018
The most leftwing Labour leader doesn’t need advice from the most unsuccessful one - weekly briefing 14 May 2018
Don’t look here, look there: the one percent, inequality and Jeremy Corbyn - weekly briefing 20 August 2018
Boris Robinson and Tommy Johnson: two sides of the same racist coin – weekly briefing 13 August 2018
Antisemitism: what the left should say – weekly briefing 05 August 2018
Afghanistan: more troops to continue an endless war 22 July 2018
May Day, May Day: this ship is sinking – weekly briefing 09 July 2018
Trump’s Nato ultimatums: red letter or red herring? 05 July 2018
The human rights abuses that couldn't be closer to home – weekly briefing 02 July 2018
The far right can be defeated, and mass organisation is the key – weekly briefing 11 June 2018
All roads lead to the Trump protest on 13 July – weekly briefing 25 June 2018