Liverpool Against the Arms Fair is organising a rally against arms sales on Friday 1st April outside the Law Courts in Derby Square when two local activists face trial for a spray paint protest against the controversial Arms Fair last October.
Following in the footsteps of the international slave economy G7 ministers meet in our iconic port city to discuss international collaborations to line the pockets of the rich.
Ritchie Hunter writes about Liverpool City Council and the electronic arms fair due to take place in Liverpool in October.
The campaign to keep All One Stop Shops continues, even though the service is ended, jobs are lost and the buildings go up for sale.
In a limbo world, changed forever by Covid, more community involvement, accountability and democracy is needed. However, the government and some local politicians have other ideas.
Katy Brown reports on Saturday’s protest at the University of Liverpool, one of over 100 such actions to take place around the world to mark World Day for Animals in Laboratories, as last years’ figures for animal testing at the institution are uncovered.
Katy Brown reports on yesterday’s protests in Liverpool and around the world against Drax plc, on the day of its AGM, to highlight its role in forest destruction and the massive subsidies it receives for burning trees.
What are we to make of claims that strict regulations don’t need to be followed when removing toxic waste from this former landfill?
If anyone is in need of a food parcel in the local area contact the Florrie where the Food Union is prioritising food deliveries.
A public meeting has been called for Tuesday 1 October in the St Michael’s area to form an 82 Bus Action Group to oppose the re-direction of bus routes planned for January 2020.
Report by Tracey Dunn of the Climate Change and Resilience – Listening Event held at the Quaker Meeting House on September 28th.
Nerve contributor Lisa Worth has written a feature about the ‘Stop The Coup’ protest which took place on Saturday 31 August.
A fund has been set up to raise £5,000 to help pay for Wally Sturrock’s funeral, who died on 13th June 2019, and give Wally the send off he deserves.
John Owen remembers life long anarchist Wally Sturrock, who died on 13th June 2019, aged 78.
Tribute by Darren Guy to life long anarchist Wally Sturrock who died on 13th June 2019, aged 78.
Lisa Worth visits Gaia, a huge seven-metre replica of the earth, on display at the Liverpool Anglican Cathedral until Sunday 23rd June.
The third Liverpool Anarchist Book Fair will be on Saturday 13 April 2019 at the Black-E, with stalls and workshops, a vegan cafe and kids’ space.
John Owen writes about UniversalLY DISCreditED, the meeting looking at alternatives to Universal Credit held by Knowsley for Corbyn.
Tribute by John Owen to Arthur Adlen who died aged 69 and who had just published his book of poetry, Memoirs of a Breck Road Buck & other poems.
Lisa Worth writes about the People’s Vote March, which took place in Liverpool on Sunday 23rd September.
Night cover plans have been postponed at Liverpool City Centre and Wallasey Fire Stations but cuts to the service are still being imposed with a new crewing duty system introduced.
Ritchie Hunter reports on campaign to stop Fire Stations in Liverpool City Centre and Wallasey from being closed for 12 hours at night.
Liverpool City Council has passed a cross-party motion against the use of detention in the UK’s immigration and asylum system in support of the ‘These Walls Must Fall’ campaign.
Local man Ken Cherry celebrates 50 years of service with Arriva North West.
Lauren Cape-Davenhill writes about the ‘These Walls Must Fall’ campaign which aims to highlight that residents of Merseyside are being locked up in far-off detention centres with no time limit, with no idea of when they might be released.
Feature by Nerve writer Lisa Worth on the Warrington bomb commemorations including a charity fashion show raising funds for the Tim Parry and Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation.
The second anarchist bookfair in Liverpool takes place on April 7th at the Black-E with books, zines, workshops, film, debate, food, poetry, storytelling and a broad range of stalls.
Syrian refugees provide waffles and crepes to homeless people in the city centre of Liverpool.
The first anarchist book fair in Liverpool is taking place on April 1st with stalls, workshops, vegan food, and kids area, at The Black-E, Great George St.
World-famous LGBT activist Stuart Milk told an audience in Liverpool that fighting the rise of the far right is essential to protect LGBT rights.
Staff and students have united against cuts, as the management of Liverpool City College continue to attack the conditions of staff.
Carlee Graham looks at the health threat of 3G pitches and the chemical soup of carcinogens they bring into our greenspaces.
Meeting about the revolution in Rojava with a discussion with Havin Guneser, on Friday 28th October at the Quaker Meeting House.
Report by Minnie Stacey on the session at the Momentum conference at Liverpool’s Black-E where tough questions about Trade Unions in the 21st century and the challenges they face were addressed.
Large crowds gathered in Williamson Square on Saturday 8th October for a full-day celebration in aid of mental health.
Stop the War Coalition is holding a fringe meeting on 26th September at the Labour Party conference entitled “15 Years of the ‘War on Terror’ “
Tom Calderbank writes about the weekend of commemorative events to let the community say goodbye to Stan Ambrose.
Converse, conspire and collaborate at a unique networking event at the Brink on July 27th, in partnership with Liverpool Pride.
Arthur Scargill recently spoke at a Socialist Labour Party EU Exit policy meeting at the Quaker Meeting House in Liverpool. Nerve contributor John Owen was in attendance.
The Celebrating Women’s Resistance Film Festival takes place all day on 25th June at The Caledonia Pub showing films of resistance from four continents.
Liverpool Junior Doctors have called for support in their struggle. Join them in a protest march from the Royal on Saturday 21st May, 12.30.
Minnie Stacey reports from the public meeting warning against regional devolution which will involve the privatisation of our NHS.
The Coal Action Network Roadshow, on tour to expose the UK’s coal industry, visits Liverpool on Wednesday 13th April at Next To Nowhere.
Why have all the Merseyside ‘Labour’ Council leaders signed a devolution agreement with George Osborne and Robert Hough, of Peel Holdings?
John Owen reports on the Momentum Conference held in the Florrie Centre with the aim of rejuvenating the Labour movement after Jeremy Corbyn’s victory.
Merseyside Anti-Fascist Network have organised an Anti-Fascist Conference and Fundraiser to be held on Saturday 5th December in Liverpool.
Minnie Stacey reports on the events to celebrate the life of union activist and songwriter Joe Hill.
First ever Liverpool Kurdish Film Festival takes place on Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd November at the Pagoda Arts Centre.
Events in Liverpool in November to celebrate Joe Hill, the songwriter and union activist, who was executed by the state of Utah 100 years ago.
Fund to raise money for the Toxteth Food Central community hub which was destroyed in a fire on Sunday 11th October.