Scrap The Cap – organising meeting Wednesday 9 August, 7.30pm

Dear Brothers and Sisters, After Jeremy Corbyn and Labour’s incredible result in June’s general election, Theresa May’s Tory government is in deep crisis. Divided, unpopular and with no means of political escape, now is the time to organise locally against the Tories and in support of policies that have long seemed to be off the…

Liam Fox with best friend Rodrigo Duterte (April 3)

The Tories And The Brexit Shambles

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Emmanuel Macron, who won the Presidential election, was seen as not good but better than neo-fascist Marine Le Pen. Macron portrayed himself as a pro-Europe new broom but it’s the old nasty austerity medicine – lengthen the working week and cut workers’ rights, benefits and so on . No wonder voter turnout was down to…