Working class education is a cornerstone of the Workers Party constitution. Every week George Galloway helps millions to interpret the events of the day, draw the correct conclusions, raise the level of awareness about the schemes of the ruling class, the financiers and big capitalists and how these impact on the lives of everyday working people.
The National Members Council of the Workers Party met in Manchester on Sunday following a successful public meeting on the Saturday evening. Meeting in Manchester party leader George Galloway spokeContinue reading “National Members Council meet in Manchester”
After our meeting was advertised broadly last weekend, the venue (The Old Monkey) relented to a campaign to “no platform” the Workers Party and cancelled our meeting. We have had to rearrange the meetingContinue reading “NEW VENUE Manchester rally with George Galloway and Andy Hudd”
After just 44 days it was all over for Liz Truss. Truss had said she was prepared to be unpopular, but she could never have imagined in August her entryContinue reading “Liz Truss gone amid clamour for a general election”
The Workers Party is standing in the Sparkbrook and Balsall Heath East by-election on October 6th. Our candidate is Phil Bevin who worked in Jeremy Corbyn’s office before the 2019Continue reading “By-election campaigning underway”
Join us at TUC Conference 2022 to discuss the future for our trade unions in Starmer’s Labour party. The Workers Party has organised a fringe event on Monday evening at 7pm in a city centre location. We’ll announce the venue nearer to the time to those who purchase a ticket. There’s only space for 70, so be sure to reserve your seat.
Rising poverty is putting thousands more British children into care in England, according to a study published in the Lancet Public Health. The report states that there has been aContinue reading “New study says poverty sending thousands more children into care”
Its been an emotional return to face to face congress for members of the GMB this week, the first one since the pandemic. The opening at the weekend saw theContinue reading “GMB Congress underway”
Thousands of people now listen to podcasts when driving, on the bus, working or exercising. To listen to podcasts you can use online platforms like SoundCloud, or a host of apps many people have on their phones, like Spotify.
WPB Merseyside believe this wasn’t a case of club but of class violence. Football is a working-class sport and those in charge believe they can treat fans like cattle. There is no way that fans at Roland Garros or the Monaco Grand Prix would have been treated in such a way.