Wednesday 1 May 7.30 pm
Brockway Room, Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL
Celebrate May Day and join the discussion about how the working class of Britain can build a new Britain as the drive to war intensifies.
All welcome. Free entry.
8 September 2023
We received this letter from a Workers reader in east London about a recent shopping trip. Although it was a novel experience, this may be happening around Britain more often than we realise. The challenge is how not let this go to waste – to act and not just grumble.
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.
Tuesday 21 February 2023, 7.30pm
Bertrand Russell Room, Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL
The ruling class is clearly incapable of governing Britain. Where does that leave the working class? Come and discuss.
All welcome. Free Entry.
16 January 2021
This useful book analyses and criticises the anti-working class attitudes of all too many in the labour movement.
25 February 2017
Since the birth of industrial capitalism, a web of industrial sinews has held the constituent regions of Britain together. The recent dismembering of much of that web has brought not only economic collapse to regions but also threatened our national integrity. We recount struggles in Scotland, London and North Wales that pursued essential class goals of improving wages and conditions of work.