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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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15 years on from the biggest protest in British history 16 February 2018
Unco-operative capitalism - weekly briefing 12 February 2018
All the President’s men are symbols of our times - weekly briefing 29 January 2018
Despatches from the Tory civil war – weekly briefing 05 February 2018
Scavenger capitalists - weekly briefing 22 January 2018
Look who isn't coming to dinner - weekly briefing 15 January 2018
The antidote to a very weak but very nasty government - weekly briefing 08 January 2018
No one likes neoliberalism: the year that the mask slipped – weekly briefing 18 December 2017
Britain is hardening its foreign policy 19 December 2017
The Irish Question, the EU and the debate about borders - weekly briefing 11 December 2017
Today’s fringe is tomorrow’s respectable racism - weekly briefing 04 December 2017
A life sentence of low wages and public sector cuts - weekly briefing 27 November 2017
A Scrooge Christmas on the cards - weekly briefing 20 November 2017
Taking sides in the next major Middle East war - weekly briefing 13 November 2017
Sex, power, and money: parliament and politics - weekly briefing 06 November 2017
A government that is not fit to govern at home or abroad 08 November 2017
Reform, Revolution and Direct Action amongst British Miners - book review 02 November 2017
Catalonia: a test case for Europe - and the left - weekly briefing 30 October 2017
Theresa May's government is busy doing nothing, but we're still suffering - weekly briefing 23 October 2017
The seeds of their own destruction? - weekly briefing 16 October 2017