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”
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.
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”
The Workers Party is busy campaigning in a number of seats in the 2022 local elections. Updates from the output of our various candidates can be found on our Local Elections 2022 page and will be updated regularly.
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”
Zahid Kahut has been announced as the Workers Party candidate for Heckmondwike in West Yorkshire when local elections are held in May 2022. Zahid says, “We came to the U.KContinue reading “Zahid Kahut speaks about Batley 2022 and fighting with the Workers Party”
Aziz Daji has been announced as the Workers Party candidate for Batley East in West Yorkshire when local elections are held in May 2022.
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.
The Workers Party is committed to avoiding unnecessary electoral clashes if sincere partners can be found.