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Reject the election trap, prepare for struggle!

24 May 2024

Workers looking for change will not find it from the general election. Whatever the result, the tasks for our class will be the same. Workers are the only force for progress: accept that challenge and prepare to fight for it.

Why are our public services getting worse?

Wednesday 10 July 2024 19:30

Wednesday 10 July  2024, 7.30 pm

Bertrand Russell Room, Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL

Capitalism can’t sustain the health service, education, housing, utilities, policing, and more that a 21st century civilisation needs. How can we ensure our services serve the people?

Come and discuss. All welcome. Free entry.

Who should govern Britain? And how?

Wednesday 6 March 2024 19:30

Wednesday 6 March 2024, 7.30 pm

Bertrand Russell Room, Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL

There is a contest underway for the soul of Britain. The ruling class manage stagnation and decay; the working class are challenging for a society that meets their needs.

Come and discuss. All welcome. Free entry.

What is Internationalism?

18 March 2023

Control over borders is the best way for a country to develop its economy and benefit its people. Such self-determination and independence serve the cause of workers everywhere.

Keep the EU out of Britain – and Ireland too!

10 March 2023

At the end of February the goverment announced a provisional agreement (the Windsor Framework) with the EU to resolve difficulties with the Northern Ireland Protocol. Rishi Sunak claims this will “take back control” of Northern Ireland. It won’t.

Capability Britain

24 November 2021

For a background of what's important in the current political discourse it would be difficult to surpass this new book by Will Podmore.

1951: the Festival of Britain

25 August 2021

Post-war Britain was beset by problems. For the majority of people, life was hard and difficult. The 1951 Festival of Britain was an antidote, looking to the future. It was immensely enjoyed and appreciated by the millions who attended.