Monthly Archives: February 2011
Following on from my last blog post, photographer and fellow NUJ member David Hoffman has photos from last week’s Rolan Adams family commemoration over at his site. The photos are his copyright. You can view them here.
Only recently I wrote a blog post about the racist murder of Kelso Cochrane in 1958 here. I didn’t think that I would be writing on anything similar for some time. Then at the beginning of the week I received an … Continue reading
After reading my last post, which covered Henri Curiel’s activities in Paris, and his murder, Searchlight Magazine’s European Editor, Graeme Atkinson, got in touch with me to remind me of an article we ran back in 2002 when I was … Continue reading
You can read a slightly shortened version of my article “Egypt’s Exiled Revolutionary” in today’s edition of the Morning Star. If you never read the Morning Star you’ll see it in a lot of newsagents. Pick up a copy if … Continue reading
Watching events unfold as protesters attempt to unseat Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak I am reminded of the country’s rich revolutionary history and the suppression of the communist movement there. Many Egyptian communists were effectively expelled from the country in the … Continue reading