Laurie Penny is a contributing editor to the New Statesman. She is the author of five books, most recently Unspeakable Things.
The dismantling of Occupy Wall Street's library is a metaphor for how our culture is policed.
The guilt of complicity is a red herring.
Security firm's email also identifies location of possible kettle.
The way the royals are reported is like a Disney film.
Moves to outlaw squatting in empty houses should be an outrage on the left.
My speech in a debate on inter-generational conflict, attacking team mate David Willetts. We lost.
Advising women to avoid arousing potential rapists is a gross misunderstanding of the nature of sexual violence.
Power comes at a cost.
Today's movements are marked by pluralism and a rejection of conventional politics and ideological conformity.
Like most of the occupations around the world today, Madrid's Puerta del Sol is peaceful.
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