March issue of The Commune has been published, in plenty of time for the big TUC-organised anti-cuts demonstration on the 26th. The Commune group's take on that march and the anti-cuts struggle is the lead article.
On that theme, David Huckerby tells us about the development of an anti-cuts movement in Sheffield - Nick Clegg's old stomping ground, and Izzy Parrott writes on the fight for housing in the London borough of Hackney. I also chip in on the rapidly shrinking 'Big Society'.
Further afield, Taimour Ley examines post-Mubarak Egypt, Dara Hugh provides an assessment of Irish politics following the destruction of Fine Fail, and Jeffrey Webber tells us about his new book on Evo Morales and the state of play in Bolivia.
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