Today we were informed by Conway Hall that our No2Nato booking for 25 February has been cancelled. Conway Hall said it had been subjected to unprecedented harassment over the weekend.
Here were people who were probably a lot like my own forebears here in County Durham, who had worked down mines, who had cared for the sick, who were good at fixing things and were willing to aid family, friends and strangers alike in their hours of need. Donbass will always have a place in my heart for this reason, and if I ever get to go there, I will tell them what I’ve just told you, that their suffering was not lost on many of us here in the west – we heard them, and their struggle spoke to our hearts. I’ll finish this piece here with that thought – thank you dear reader for persisting this far, and may we meet our own struggle here in the imperialist core with that same courage and determination!
An island of coal in a sea of oil, with huge potential for wind and water power providing energy to power our industry. All the requisite skill to make steel, glass, or innovative buildings from timber and other materials and an educated workforce to fill our hospitals, schools and houses with technology and the equipment we need.
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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”
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In February 2022 the Workers Party of Britain agreed with the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition to avoid unnecessary electoral clashes and the party limited its electoral work in theContinue reading “Local elections 2022”
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New Spring Fundraiser launched! The Workers Party is committed to a wide range of campaigning as well as our bread and butter grassroots work in communities and the labour movement.Continue reading “Spring Appeal launched”