Information about the history and possible closure of the Women’s and the TUC Libraries at London Metropolitan University, and how you can help the campaign
Richard Drayton, Rhodes Professor of Imperial History, Kings College London, on recent news that the British government has acknowledged the existence of a ‘secret archive’ from 37 former colonies, bought back to Britain after the colonies became independent
Kentish Town Castlehaven ward, London – Labour Party newsletter from 1984, requesting support for mining families
The 50th anniversary of the 1962 Port Huron statement, founding document of Students for a Democratic Society, arrives at a time when renewed progressive activism in the US has been rekindled..
Magazine cover from the British Withdrawal from Northern Ireland Campaign (BWNIC), members of which were arrested for Incitement to Disaffection during the 1970’s
How 150 photographers used online communities to create a unique historical resource for the History of Advertising Trust Ghostsigns Archive. Typically faded, and dating anywhere from the late 1800s to the 1950s, these ‘ghostsigns’ represent local, commercial, social and artistic history
The 1911 Sidney Street siege in London marked a particular juncture in the history of British immigration, tying together Victorian concerns about the urban environment, along with modern fears surrounding immigration and the supposed impact of ‘foreign’ elements on British society