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Referendum spots from London’s Far Left scene

Belated but for the record……

There was an anti-European Union campaign group dubbed Lexit set up following a meeting in London in April 2016. According to a… 4,718 more words

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The Past, The Present and Progress (Anticipations Magazine, Summer 2016)

A nation is a group of individuals who have found a community in the shared interest of a specific geographical location. As time progresses this groups actions become the basis of their history, which they often use in order to explain how their current situation came about. 558 more words

23. Taking Sides: arguments about the war

Taking Sides was written in 1984 as a discussion document for a group of activists attempting to build Irish solidarity activities in a small town in the Midlands. 27 more words

1926 : A heroic episode in working class history

Ninety years ago the 1926 General Strike was a heroic episode in working class history in Britain. It was an act of defiance, a challenge but essentially a defensive action provoked by an industrial dispute. 360 more words

British Left's Brilliant Strategies, from May to Eagle.

Steve Bell’s comment.

The British left is famous for its brilliant strategists.

First we had ‘Lexiters’ relishing the thought that  a Leave vote would divide the Tories. 165 more words


Wearing Badges

Turning out a drawer and came across these reminders of past campaigns of yesteryear

Mao Badges – Graven Images?

and if you want some modern ones…. try here

Labour Divided: Corbyn versus the Parliamentary Labour Party

by Danny Rye, Lecturer in Politics, Liverpool Hope University

It has almost become a cliché to say that we have entered unchartered waters following the decision to leave the European Union. 914 more words

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