Contribution by Workers Party member Dave Gregson “WE RESPECT YOUR RIGHT TO CELEBRATE THE CORONATION AS LONG AS YOU RESPECT OUR RIGHT TO PROTEST AT THE CORONATION.” That is theContinue reading “What I Saw On Coronation Day “
Category Archives: Civil liberties
Clash of single-issue campaigners goes off peacefully
Transgenderism is now influencing many spheres of social life, most notably questions of free speech and rights to assembly due to the intellectual cowardice and intolerance of some of its main advocates.
Teacher in Ireland defies gender laws
Enoch Burke is a teacher who refused to “affirm” a decision by a teenage student at his school to change gender and be called by a different name.
National Security Bill – an assault on our civil liberties
Against a backdrop of the NATO proxy war in Ukraine, the National Security Bill (NSB) is currently making its way through Parliament.
Conway Hall – ‘hub for free speech’ or censor of the truth?
With the truth in mind, we produce below all of our written correspondence with Conway Hall regarding the booking of the venue for our No2Nato meeting on the 25th February.
British pandemic policy influenced by state security lobbyists?
In November, investigative journalist with The Grayzone, Kit Klarenberg exposed how lobby group, the Independent Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (iSAGE) influenced Britain’s policy decision making during the Covid pandemic
Hands Around Parliament for Julian Assange
On Saturday 8 October, the Workers Party will be joining the Hands Around Parliament protest at Parliament Square in support and solidarity with Julian Assange. Julian Assange and WikiLeaks shouldContinue reading “Hands Around Parliament for Julian Assange”
WP statement on Covid passports
The Workers Party of Britain is opposed to the mandatory use of identity card documents, or digital applications, linked to personal medical information, in this instance Covid status, either by proof of vaccination or recent test result.