Daily Archives: 17/09/2014
Join the TUC for a march and rally in london on 18 October 2014, to help call for an economic recovery that works for all Britons, not just those right at the top. Britain needs a payrise! Continue reading
Stand up to UKIP......
UKIP are continuing to grow and their influence on the political agenda, as shown by their recent electoral success, is increasing. To counter this Stand up to UKIP has been initiated as UKIP are not a fascist party, despite their overtly racist agenda, and therefore require us to use different tactics. Continue reading
Sign Painters, Directed by Faythe Levine and Sam Macon. Continue reading
Join a celebration of the 150th Anniversary of the founding of the International Working Men’s Association by London Trades Council and delegations from France, Poland, Germany, Italy and Ireland. Continue reading
Tony Benn participated extensively in the making of the film, which was completed prior to his death in March 2014. This unique autobiographical film will be released at cinemas from 3rd October 2014.
Open House London event......
Marx Memorial Library is taking part in the Open House London event Sunday 21 September 11am to 4pm, visit and tour www.marx-memorial-library.org
A bumbling, charismatic London Mayor challenges his enemies to become prime minister… Sound familiar? St James Theatre. Click here for more information.
The council defended a huge payout to a senior member of staff stating that it was forced to by central government policy. Click here to read the local Guardian story.