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Katherine Connelly

Kate Connelly is a writer and historian. She led school student strikes in the British anti-war movement in 2003, co-ordinated the Emily Wilding Davison Memorial Campaign in 2013 and is a leading member of Counterfire. She wrote the acclaimed biography, 'Sylvia Pankhurst: Suffragette, Socialist and Scourge of Empire' and recently edited and introduced 'A Suffragette in America: Reflections on Prisoners, Pickets and Political Change'.

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Fracking must stop for good, not just for the election: interview with activist at Preston North Road site 14 November 2019
Cutting edge resistance: review of Heartfield: One Man’s War exhibition 04 November 2019
Postal workers stand up to management attacks - Interview with CWU’s Andy Hopping 08 October 2019
Conservative Party Conference: don’t be fooled by the confidence trick 03 October 2019
The women of Peterloo 13 August 2019
Nasty but vulnerable: why we can get rid of Boris 24 July 2019
Saving Essex libraries: protest works, so we'll keep campaigning 21 July 2019
A Walk Through Paris - book review 12 July 2019
General election now: why 100,000 Tories will be wrong 07 June 2019
Alastair Campbell isn’t a victim, he’s trying to destroy Corbyn’s leadership 31 May 2019
Small Island - theatre review 04 May 2019
No confidence in May, and no confidence in this failing government: a general election is the only option 16 January 2019
The New Project Fear 16 November 2018
Karl Marx: before all else a revolutionist 01 June 2018
The War? The Suffragettes? How did women win the right to vote? 07 March 2018
Lecturers' strike: interview with a QMU striker 07 March 2018
Fighting fascism in the 1930s: Trotsky and the United Front - video 27 December 2017
Burkini ban: taking the anger back to the French state 27 August 2016
Suffragette: on the side of the rebels 15 October 2015
Why Marx's Manifesto is still a revolutionary bestseller 24 June 2015

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