I must have had a review copy of this little book on my desk for a fortnight before I had the courage to pick it up and start reading. I wasn’t wrong to be afraid. However I hadn’t banked on the reward for facing its contents.
Small tents in Paternoster Square: Thomas Ovans goes to see what’s going on at St Paul’s
Thomas Ovans uses the internet to solve mysteries round an air crash fifty years ago … and also uncovers some more recent concerns
400 Women: an exhibition by Tamsyn Challenger Curator: Gemma Rolls-Bentley
See USA timeline and links to updates at end of this article. When New York’s Occupy Wall Street camp was cleared by police at 1 a.m. on 15 November 2011, protesters said they would simply set up camp elsewhere. 147 people were arrested.
Michael Davenport reviews Broonland: the last days of Gordon Brown by Christopher Harvie.
In the debate about the use of identity cards, educationalist Duncan Prowse, a card-carrying opponent of the proposition, puts his case for London Grip.
The Poverty of Power
Archive 2008 Londongrip . . . Politics & Society My May 1968
Duncan Prowse considers the 40th anniversary of May ’68, supposedly the climax to all that the 1960s stood for.
Hayder Abdul-Hussein writes about Iraq and Basra As the British leave Basra, London Grip takes a look at a bit of what they’re leaving behind
Archives 2007 Racialised Africa: an open letter by Joao de Pina-Cabral The Tribes, the Leaders, the Millionaires