Sunday 13th January: London ACG Public Meeting 2pm

Struggling to Care: Class Struggle in the Care System. Meeting will include discussions on topics of  mental health, Universal Credit and social work.Speaker from Mental Health Resistance Network invited. At May Day Rooms, 88 Fleet Street, London EC4Y 1DH. (nearest tube Blackfriars and St, Paul’s, bus 15)

Monday 14th January 2019: Leicester ACG Meeting “What should the working class do about Brexit?” 7.30pm

If the working class doesn’t organise we can be sure that Brexit will be used as an excuse to make the poor poorer and the rich richer.  Millions of words have been wasted talking about Britain and the EU but no one is talking about the working class and how it should respond. We are supposed to wait for our political masters to sort everything out for us. Not only is it clear that the ruling elite do not have our best interests at heart, but its extremely questionable if they are even competent enough to maintain the status quo. This talk is about what Brexit means for the working class and how we should respond. Venue. This is an open meeting and we hope to see you. Venue: The Regent Sports & Social Club, 102 Regent Road,Leicester,  LE1 7DA . Ask at the BAR for the “Libsoc” event.

Saturday 19th January: solidarity with Russian Anti-Fascsists – London DEMO

Demo starts 2pm at the Cable Street mural near Shadwell Station, East London and will feature speakers and a rally. Supported by Anarchist Communist Group, Feminist Fightback, London Anti-fascists, Plan C LDN. Facebook event: Email london19jan(at) to add your organisation to the list of supporters.

Sunday 20th January: Norwich ACG Meeting on the German Revolution 1919-1920

2pm-4pm at Rumsey Wells, 4 St Andrews St, Norwich NR2 4AF. From the Wilhelmshaven revolt and the Kiel mutiny to the Spartacist uprising, workers’ councils and the Bavarian Soviet Republic. Join Norwich ACG for a bit of solid revolutionary history. Facebook page:

Saturday 26th January: Dorking – No War But the Class War meeting, 1pm-3pm

At the Lincoln Arms pub (function room), next to Dorking Main station* and only 2 minutes from Dorking Deepdene station. Meeting hosted by Surrey Libertarian History Society with introductory talks from a member of the Anarchist Communist Group and a member of the Communist Workers’ Organisation. Trains from London Waterloo and Victoria to Dorking take about 50 minutes and are cheap on a Saturday with a Network Card, Disabled Persons Railcard, 16-25 Railcard etc. Facebook page:

Monday 28th January: Nottingham – the meaning of anarchism, part 1

Five Leaves Bookshop, 14a Long Row, Nottingham NG1 2DH, 7.00-8.30pm. Looks at Founding Fathers, 1840 to 1940: Pierre-Joseph Proudhon; Joseph Déjacques; Michael Bakunin; Errico Malatesta; Peter Kropotkin; Rudolf Rocker. £3 on the door. More info HERE

Saturday 2nd February: ACG at Leicester People’s University, 1.30-5.30pm

Visions of a society without a government. Is organised human life possible without a state? Could it be even better than the situation we have now? Why have so many people and movements fought for a world without government? This session, led by an ACG member, will explore the history of radical anti-statist movements and look at the potential these movements and ideas have in our society today. 1.30pm in the Exchange Bar, 50 Rutland Street, Leicester LE1 1RD. Organised by Leicester People’s University.

Monday 4th February: Nottingham – the meaning of anarchism, part 2

Five Leaves Bookshop, 14a Long Row, Nottingham NG1 2DH, 7.00-8.30pm. Looks at Founding Mothers, 1840 to 1940; André Léo; Louise Michel; Lucy Parsons; Emma Goldman; Voltairine de Cleyre; Marie-Louis Berneri. £3 on the door. More info HERE

Wednesday 20th February: Leicester ACG meeting with “People and Planet”

7.30pm at the Regent Club, 102 Regent Road,Leicester, LE1 7D. Ask for the “Libsoc” event at the bar. The People and Planet speaker will be updating us on the “48 hours of Action Against Samsung” anti union busting campaign and its plans for the future. The event will include a short talk and a debate around the campaign and the strategies that the working class can use to make change.

Bookfairs for 2019

Bradford Anarchist/Radical Bookfair, Saturday 7th September:

Notts Radical Bookfair, Saturday 7th November. Details to follow.