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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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Rosa Luxemburg: an interview with Dana Mills 08 November 2020
‘And seem a saint, when most I play the devil’: Johnson’s dangerously misleading Covid broadcast 22 September 2020
Sylvia Pankhurst: Natural Born Rebel - book review 17 September 2020
Is revolution possible in the twenty-first century? – explainer 25 August 2020
Small Island - theatre review 22 June 2020
'Are there no food banks?' The Poor Laws and Charles Dickens at 150 09 June 2020
Strikes, walkouts, and sickouts: how working-class Americans are organising in the time of Covid-19 26 May 2020
Jolly George, 1920: when British workers stood up for revolutionary Russia 09 May 2020
The history of May Day: an unfinished struggle 30 April 2020
Sir Keir Starmer’s deadly crusade: supporting big business and undermining unions - CounterBlast 15 April 15 April 2020
Centrism’s pyrrhic victory - CounterBlast 8 April 08 April 2020
It’s not business as usual, Secretary - CounterBriefing 1 April 01 April 2020
Protect the NHS? Call their bluff and we can win – CounterBriefing 25 March 25 March 2020
Message to the government: your friends, the super-rich, are the hoarders - CounterBriefing 21 March 21 March 2020
Protest shut the schools, now demand mass testing - CounterBriefing 18 March 18 March 2020
Why the working-class, socialist history of International Women’s Day matters today 07 March 2020
Class and the Coronavirus 05 March 2020
‘All Sorts of Woman’: review of Selina Todd’s Tastes of Honey and the National Theatre’s A Taste of Honey 02 January 2020
Little Women - film review 31 December 2019
The problem with Nancy Astor 02 December 2019