Everyday Analysis (@edanalysis)

Formed in 2012, Everyday Analysis now continues in collaboration with New Socialist, with whom they will be publishing regular political critiques focused on the UK, and its international situation. Following their online success and first two books, Why are Animals Funny? and Twerking to Turking, the EDA Collective turned exclusively to political analysis in 2016, with the publication of its third volume, Politactics. Made up of core members Alfie Bown, Dan Bristow, and Ben Moore, their articles will be initialled by their respective authors. In partnership, the collective hopes to add incisive analyses –informed by psychoanalysis and critical theory – to New Socialist’s impressive and insightful corpus.


Fully Automated Lush-ery Communism?

As Alice Bonasio tweeted live from the Lush Creative Showcase on 4 September 2017: ‘Jeremy Corbyn says he’s got no bath to use the bath bomb he’s made [in.] “Number 10 has a bath” replies Mark Constantine.’

The Ends of Austerity: Reflections on the 2017 UK General Election and its immediate Aftermath

In the United Kingdom, the ends of austerity have been served, although – despite its final whistle ostensively being blown – its end is nowhere really in sight.

Everyday Analysis at New Socialist

Formed in 2012, Everyday Analysis now continues in collaboration with *New Socialist*, with whom they will be publishing regular political critiques focused on the UK, and its international situation.

Fully Automated Lush-ery Communism?

As Alice Bonasio tweeted live from the Lush Creative Showcase on 4 September 2017: ‘Jeremy Corbyn says he’s got no bath to use the bath bomb he’s made [in.] “Number 10 has a bath” replies Mark Constantine.’

The Ends of Austerity: Reflections on the 2017 UK General Election and its immediate Aftermath

In the United Kingdom, the ends of austerity have been served, although – despite its final whistle ostensively being blown – its end is nowhere really in sight.

Everyday Analysis at New Socialist

Formed in 2012, Everyday Analysis now continues in collaboration with *New Socialist*, with whom they will be publishing regular political critiques focused on the UK, and its international situation.