There is no doubt as to the best produced, and truly unique political title in the UK at the moment.
The Cunningham Amendment looks like nothing else. It is small, perfectly formed and meanders through a series of different fonts, writing styles and layouts that produce a sum that is greater than its parts (how often can you say that about an Anarchist publication?) This is presumeably down to its editor, Dr Peter Good, who is best described, in terms of his appearence, as the Anarchist movement's answer to the late Sir Robin Day.
Much of the content lurches from quip to quip, with political critiques under the surface - if you look hard enough. Use of long forgotten cartoons and graphics gives an ahistorical feel, although the issues raised are always contemporary. I shall leave the last word to Dr Good:
"There are thousands employed in the Arms Trade - but so what - There are thousands employed in burglary, prostitution and gambling."
The Cunningham Amendment is not available on-line, indeed that would rather defeat the object. It can be ordered for £2.50 from TCA, Room 6, Tangleford House, The Street, Bawdeswell, Norfolk, NR20 4RT.
You won't be disappointed.