Empireland: How Imperialism Has Shaped Modern Britain - by Sathnam Sanghera - £9.99
In his brilliantly illuminating new book Sathnam Sanghera demonstrates how so much of what we consider to be modern Britain is actually rooted in our imperial past.
In prose that is, at once, both clear-eyed and full of acerbic wit, Sanghera sh ... more
Work Without the Worker: Labour in the Age of Platform Capitalism - by Phil Jones - £10.99
The brutal truth behind our automated futures and the new world of work.
We are told that the future of work will be increasingly automated. Algorithms, processing massive amounts of information at startling speed, will lead us to a new worl ... more
Another Now: Dispatches from an Alternative Present - by Yanis Varoufakis - £9.99
What would a fair and equal society actually look like? The world-renowned economist and bestselling author Yanis Varoufakis presents his radical and subversive answer. Imagine it is 2025. Years earlier, in the wake of the financial crisis of 2008, a ... more
The Law in 60 Seconds: A Pocket Guide to Your Rights - by Christian Weaver - £8.99
From junior barrister Christian Weaver comes an indispensable guide to your basic legal rights.
We engage with the law every day: when we leave the house, and even when we don't, we're bound by rules we don't even notice. Until they're used ... more
Make Bosses Pay: Why We Need Unions - by Eve Livingston - £9.99
With the world changing at breakneck speed and workers at the whim of apps, bad bosses and zero-hours contracts, why should we care about unions? Aren't they just for white-haired, middle-aged miners anyway?
The government constantly attacks unions, ... more
Right Across the World: The Global Networking of the Far-Right and the Left Response - by John Feffer - £18.99
In a post-Trump world, the right is still very much in power. Significantly more than half the world's population currently lives under some form of right-wing populist or authoritarian rule. Today's autocrats are, at first glance, a diverse band of ... more
Broken Heartlands: A Journey Through Labour's Lost England - by Sebastian Payne - £20.00
Broken Heartlands is an essential and compelling political road-trip through ten constituencies that tell the story of Labour's red wall from Sebastian Payne - an award-winning journalist and Whitehall Editor for the Financial Times.
Historical ... more
The Condition of the Working Class in Turkey: Labour under Neoliberal Authoritarianism - by Cagatay Edgucan Sahin and Mehmet Erman Erol (Editors) - £19.99
Decades of neoliberal authoritarianism have propelled Turkey into crisis. Regime change, economic disaster and Erdogan's ambition to impose 'one-man rule' have shaken the foundations of Turkish political life, but what does this mean for workers?&nbs ... more
Demystifying Disability: What to Know, What to Say, and How to Be an Ally - by Emily Ladau - £11.99
An approachable guide to being a thoughtful, informed ally to disabled people, with actionable steps for what to say and do (and what not to do) and how you can help make the world a more inclusive place.
“A candid, accessible cheat sheet ... more
Spike: The Virus vs. The People: The Inside Story - by Jeremy Farrar with Anjana Ahuja - £14.99
First book on Covid-19 by a scientist on SAGE, assessing how the government 'followed the science'
***THE TOP 5 SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER***
A pulse-racing journey through the science and politics of the pandemic. Did the UK government re ... more
Bloody Valentine: The Story of Britain's Worst Miscarriage of Justice - by John L. Williams - £12.99
A NOTORIOUS MISCARRIAGE OF JUSTICE AND THE UK'S BIGGEST-EVER POLICE CORRUPTION TRIAL
** AS SEEN ON TV **
Bloody Valentine is the story of the murder of a young woman called Lynette White in the Cardiff docklands (aka Tiger Bay) on V ... more
Out of the Darkness: Greenham Voices 1981-2000 - by Kate Kerrow and Rebecca Mordan - £20.00
In 1981, a group of women marched from Cardiff to the Greenham Common RAF base in Newbury to protest the siting of US nuclear missiles on British soil. They formed what became the Greenham Common Women's Peace Camp and stayed there for almost twenty ... more
Women For Peace: Banners From Greenham Common - by Charlotte Dew - £14.00
Published to coincide with the 40th anniversary of the Greenham Common peace protests, this book is packed full of the vibrant fabric banners made for Greenham, many presented here for the first time in decades.
In the late summer of 1981, a ... more
This Land Is Our Land: An Immigrant's Manifesto - by Suketu Mehta - £9.99
An impassioned defence of global immigration from the acclaimed author of Maximum City.
Drawing on his family's own experience emigrating from India to Britain and America, and years of reporting around the world, Suketu Mehta subjects the ... more
The Daughters of Kobani: The Women Who Took On The Islamic State - by Gayle Tzemach Lemmon - £16.99
The extraordinary story of the women who took on the Islamic State and won.
In 2014, northeastern Syria might have been the last place you would expect to find a revolution centered on women's rights. But that year, an all-female militia fac ... more
Diamonds in the Mud - by Brian Reade - £20.00
"Powerful, vital and visionary"(Jimmy McGovern)
Something unusual happened in Britain during the spring of 2020. As the nation went into lockdown to fight a killer pandemic our view of what constituted a hero changed. Suddenly celebrity busine ... more
Class of '37 : Voices from Working-Class Girlhood - by Hester Barron and Claire Langhamer - £16.99
It is 1937 in a northern mill-town and a class of twelve- and thirteen-year-old girls are writing about their lives, their world, and the things that matter to them. They tell of cobbled streets and crowded homes; the Coronation festivities and holid ... more
Nomadland - by Jessica Bruder - £8.99
Now a major motion picture. Nomadland tells a revelatory tale of the dark underbelly of the American economy - one which foreshadows the precarious future that may await many more of us. At the same time, it celebrates the exceptional resilienc ... more
Sway: Unravelling Unconscious Bias - by Dr Pragya Agarwal - £10.99
For the first time, behavioural and data scientist, activist and writer Dr Pragya Agarwal unravels the way our implicit or 'unintentional' biases affect the way we communicate and perceive the world, how they affect our decision-making, and how they ... more
Lost in Work: Escaping Capitalism - by Amelia Horgan - £9.99
'Work hard, get paid.'
It's simple. Self-evident. But it's also a lie-at least for most of us.
For people today, the old assumptions are crumbling; hard work in school no longer guarantees a secure, well-paying job in the future. Far from ... more
Between Two Fires: Truth, Ambition, and Compromise in Putin's Russia - by Joshua Yaffa - £9.99
SHORTLISTED FOR THE ORWELL PRIZE FOR POLITICAL WRITING
In this penetrating exploration of contemporary Russia, Joshua Yaffa meets a variety of Russians - from politicians and entrepreneurs to artists and historians - who have built their car ... more
The System: Who Owns the Internet, and How It Owns Us - by James Ball - £9.99
The internet is a network of physical cables and connections, a web of wires enmeshing the world, linking huge data centres to one another and eventually to us. All are owned by someone, financed by someone, regulated by someone. We refer to the inte ... more
Drums In The Distance: Journeys Into the Global Far Right - by Joe Mulhall - £14.99
Joe Mulhall knows what it's like to stare fascism in the face. For a decade, often undercover at significant personal risk, he has investigated hate groups.
He infiltrated a US white supremacist militia, set up a fake Ku Klux Klan branch, ha ... more
Queercore: How to Punk a Revolution: An Oral History - by Liam Warfield, Walter Crasshole and Yony Leyser (Editors) - £15.99
Queercore: How to Punk a Revolution: An Oral History is the very first comprehensive overview of a movement that defied both the music underground and the LGBT mainstream community.
Through exclusive interviews with protagonists like Bruce L ... more
A Collective Bargain: Unions, Organizing, and the Fight for Democracy - by Jane McAlevey - £12.99
From longtime labor organizer Jane McAlevey, a vital call-to-arms in favor of unions, a key force capable of defending our democracy.
For decades, racism, corporate greed, and a skewed political system have been eating away at the social and ... more
The Way We Survive: Notes on Rape Culture - by Catriona Morton - £12.99
'This book will often hurt. It will make you angry, it will make you feel. My hope is that this hurt, this anger and these feelings will move you to change the way we talk about surviving sexual violence.'
Sexual violence is an epidemic h ... more
Burning the Books: A History of Knowledge Under Attack - by Richard Ovenden - £10.99
An unforgettable 3,000-year-old journey - from Mesopotamian clay tablets trying to predict the future, to Tudor book-hunters and Nazi bonfires, and on into the dangers of our increasingly digital existence, Burning the Books shows how the preservatio ... more
Assembling Cultures: Workplace Activism, Labour Militancy & Cultural Change in Britain's Car Factori - by Jack Saunders - £20.00
In British political discourse the idea that in the 1970s trade unions 'ran the country' has become a truism, a folk mythology invoked against the twin perils of socialism and strikes. But who exactly wielded power in Britain's workplaces and on what ... more
Unsilencing Gaza: Reflections on Resistance - by Sara Roy - £19.99
Gaza, the centre of Palestinian nationalism and resistance to the occupation, is the linchpin of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the key to its resolution. Since 2005, Israel has deepened the isolation of the territory, severing it almost comple ... more
Renegade: Darcus Howe and the Fight for Civil Rights - by Robin Bunce and Paul Field - £12.99
Renegade examines the struggle for racial justice in the UK, through the lens of one of Britain's most influential, and controversial, journalists and campaigners.
Born in Trinidad during the dying days of colonialism, Howe became an uncompromis ... more
Pilgrimage for Peace: The Long Walk from India to Washington - by Satish Kumar - £9.99
Satish Kumar and his friend E.P. Menon embarked on an 8,000-mile peace pilgrimage from India to Washington, from the grave of Mahatma Gandhi to the grave of John F Kennedy. Walking at the height of the cold war, taking no money with them and declinin ... more
Hope is a Verb: Six Steps to Radical Optimism When the World Seems Broken - by Emily Ehlers - £12.99
For readers of The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse, a gift book for an era of global anxiety.
When the world feels uncertain, we need hope, humour and meaningful action. Hope Is a Verb is the ideal handbook for anyone freaked out about th ... more
We Can Do Better Than This: 35 Voices on the Future of LGBTQ+ Rights - by Amelia Abraham (Editor) - £14.99
How can we create a better world for LGBTQ+ people? 35 extraordinary voices share their stories and visions for the future.
We talk about achieving 'LGBTQ+ equality', but around the world, LGBTQ+ people are still suffering discrimination and ex ... more
The Lockerbie Bombing: A Father's Search for Justice - by Jim Swire and Peter Biddulph - £14.99
The destruction of Pan Am Flight 103 over the Scottish town of Lockerbie in December 1988 was the largest attack on Britain since World War Two. 259 passengers and 11 townsfolk of Lockerbie were murdered. Libyan Abdelbaset al-Megrahi was convicted of ... more
In Black and White: A Young Barrister's Story of Race and Class in a Broken Justice System - by Alexandra Wilson - £8.99
Alexandra Wilson was a teenager when her dear family friend Ayo was stabbed on his way home from football. Ayo's death changed Alexandra.
She felt compelled to enter the legal profession in search of answers. As a junior criminal and family ... more
Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria? And Other Conversations About Race - by Beverly Daniel Tatum - £10.99
The international bestseller that changed how we talk about racism.
Walk into any racially mixed secondary school and you will see young people clustered in their own groups according to race. Is this self-segregation a problem to address or ... more
Everyone Versus Racism: A Letter to My Children - by Patrick Hutchinson - £7.99
'I just want equality, equality for all of us. At the moment, the scales are unfairly balanced and I just want things to be fair for my children, my grandchildren and future generations.'
On 13 June 2020, Patrick Hutchinson, a black man, was ph ... more
Paint Your Town Red: How Preston Took Back Control and Your Town Can Too - by Matthew Brown and Rhian E Jones - £10.99
Across the world, there is a growing recognition that a new kind of economy is needed: more democratic, less exploitative, less destructive of society and the planet.
Paint Your Town Red looks at how wealth can be generated and shared at a l ... more
Pride: The Story of the LGBTQ Equality Movement - by Matthew Todd - £20.00
In June 1969, police raided New York gay bar the Stonewall Inn. Pride charts the events of that night, the days and nights of rioting that followed, the ensuing organization of local members of the community - and the 50 years since in which activist ... more
The New Age of Empire: How Racism and Colonialism Still Rule the World - by Kehinde Andrews - £20.00
The New Age of Empire takes us back to the beginning of the European Empires, outlining the deliberate terror and suffering wrought during every stage of the expansion, and destroys the self-congratulatory myth that the West was founded on the three ... more
The Radical Bookstore: Counterspace for Social Movements - by Kimberley Kinder - £20.99
How does social change happen? It requires an identified problem, an impassioned and committed group, a catalyst, and a plan. In this deeply researched consideration of seventy-seven stores and establishments, Kimberley Kinder argues that activ ... more
The Power of Geography: Ten Maps That Reveals the Future of Our World - by Tim Marshall - £16.99
Tim Marshall's global bestseller Prisoners of Geography showed how every nation's choices are limited by mountains, rivers, seas and concrete. Since then, the geography hasn't changed. But the world has.
In this revelatory new book, Marshall ... more
The Anti-Racist Writing Workshop: How To Decolonize the Creative Classroom - by Felicia Rose Chavez - £11.99
This easy-to-use guide explains how to recruit, nourish, and fortify writers of color through innovative reading, writing, workshop, critique, and assessment strategies.
A captivating mix of memoir and progressive teaching strategies, The A ... more
How To Resist Amazon And Why - by Danny Caine - £10.99
Join the fight for economic justice.
When a company's workers are literally dying on the job, when their business model relies on preying on local businesses and even their own vendors, when their CEO is the richest person in the world while ... more
Failures of State: The Inside Story of Britain's Battle with Coronavirus - by Jonathan Calvert and George Arbuthnott - £20.00
The inside story of the UK's response to the pandemic from the Insight investigations unit at The Sunday Times.
Failures of State: The Inside Story of Britain's Battle with Coronavirus recounts the extraordinary political decisions taken at the ... more
How to Read Numbers: A Guide to Statistics in the News (and Knowing When to Trust Them) - by Tom Chivers and David Chivers - £12.99
'Even one glass of wine a day raises the risk of cancer' 'Hate crimes have doubled in five years''Fizzy drinks make teenagers violent'
Every day, most of us will read or watch something in the news that is based on statistics in some way. Someti ... more
Why Rebel - by Jay Griffiths - £7.99
"If bravery itself could write, it would write like she does"(John Berger)
Because our footprint on the Earth has never mattered more than now. How we treat it, in the spirit of gift or of theft, has never been more impor ... more
The Whole Picture: The Colonial Story of the Art in Our Museums & Why We Need to Talk About It - by Alice Procter - £9.99
Should museums be made to give back their marbles? Is it even possible to 'decolonize' our galleries? Must Rhodes fall?
How to deal with the colonial history of art in museums and monuments in the public realm is a thorny issue that we are only ... more
What White People Can Do Next: From Allyship to Coalition - by Emma Dabiri - £7.99
An incisive - and deeply practical - essay from the acclaimed author of Don't Touch My Hair.
Stop the denial
When it comes to racial justice, how do we transform demonstrations of support into ... more
The Nanny State Made Me: A Story of Britain and How to Save It - by Stuart Maconie - £9.99
It was the spirit of our finest hour, the backbone of our post-war greatness, and it promoted some of the boldest and most brilliant schemes this isle has ever produced: it was the Welfare State, and it made you and I. But now it's under threat, and ... more
Pregnant Then Screwed: The Truth About the Motherhood Penalty and How to Fix It - by Joeli Brearley - £14.99
An eye-opening exploration of modern motherhood packed with practical advice on navigating discrimination in the workplace.
Imagine suddenly being sacked from your job. After spending years building your career, it's all taken away in ... more
News from Nowhere will not obtain personal information from other organisations, and will not share, pass on or sell personal information that we hold about individuals to anyone else.
Whatever personal information you give us will only be used for the specific purpose stated - for example, for our customer order records or for our email newsletter.
You can ask us to delete the personal information we hold about you at any time.
This website www.newsfromnowhere.org.uk uses session cookies for visitor statistics only - such as number of visitors to the website, which pages are most visited, types of browser used, search terms used to find our site, etc.
None of this information is personally identifiable.