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Two Weeks To Go...

There’s just two weeks to go until our BIG screening, opening the London Labour Film Festival on 28th April at the Odeon, Covent Garden, London. 421 more words

Classic LP's; Our Favourite Shop by The Style Council

In 1982 I stood in a Liverpool theatre watching the Jam as they performed in Liverpool on their farewell tour. They were not my favourite group, I loved some of the lyrics but that concert confirmed my prejudices. 862 more words

Funeral for council services

Waltham Forest Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition campaigners lobbied outside the Town Hall on Thursday night as the full council met to agree yet another cuts-making budget. 270 more words

The Spirit of International Women's Day 2014

International Women’s Day was created to offer hope to working class women that they could collectively get together with other women (and men) to improve their lives. 607 more words

People's Assembly Against Austerity - Lancashire launch featuring Owen Jones

An event is set to take place on Tuesday 4th March to launch the Lancashire network of the People’s Assembly Against Austerity.

Set up in 2013, the initiative sets out to: … 92 more words

Our representatives or managers of decline?

Simon Henig is the leader of the Labour group on Durham County Council. He’s a pretty slick operator. After yesterday’s People’s Assembly protest at County Hall, where campaigners asked councillors to think again before voting through cuts that would further devastate communities and local services, he was quick with a prepared statement: 1,481 more words

Feminism in 2014: what do women want? (1)

In this occasional series I will be interviewing women and discussing what feminism means to them in 2014. Over the last thirty years the lives of women in this country has changed rapidly with growing numbers of women in the labour market, getting access to an expanding education system and having greater economic and social freedom. 636 more words