It is both in the public interest and in the interests of the Government for there to be a further, properly independent, investigation into the handling of the Savile case, so that it can be confirmed that it was dealt with properly, and the case file handled in line with the CPS’s own guidance.
It is being widely reported that petrol prices hit a new record over the weekend, reaching 148.02p a litre on average across the UK.
The Workers Party believes in the public ownership of the energy industry, its too vital to leave in the hands of these highwaymen.
A Telford based charity featured in a BBC piece this week that highlighted the increasing level of “in work poverty”. As prices rise and wages stagnate, many are unable to afford the basics for themselves and their families.
The Wednesday Broadcasts by party leader George Galloway go from strength to strength. Last week, our Workers Party political broadcast was viewed more than 800,000 times across all platforms and in all formats, a huge achievement made possible by our volunteer-led social media team.
This campaign is to raise funds to lay the foundations of our 2022 local election campaign in Batley and the surrounding area. We’ve already distributed 190,000 flyers during the 2021 by-election, and after our magnificent result (polling over 8,000 votes) we’re well known on the ground.
With the furore over Sir Starmer’s involvement with the Jimmy Savile case only intensifying, Dr Phil Bevan of the Workers Party looks at some of the known facts.
The Sunday Times has published a piece juxtaposing the dire record of three companies in poisoning the nation’s rivers and lakes with the ongoing bonanza being enjoyed by their directors:Continue reading “Bosses making a killing whilst poisoning our rivers”
Britain’s energy monopolies are enjoying a profit bonanza as their rivals disappear and Ofgem fixes prices on their behalf.
The Workers Party is committed to avoiding unnecessary electoral clashes if sincere partners can be found.