Under the leadership of Jeremy Corbyn the Labour Party is opposing the Tories’ racist agenda that scapegoats immigrants for people’s deteriorating living standards.
Notes from the front of 17-01-2018
Trump and May – banging the racist drum
German SPD in crisis – as it considers other pact with conservatives
Unite Against Fascism
Saturday 6 February 9.30am – 4.30pm
NUT HQ Hamilton House Mabledon Place London WC1H 9BD
7pm Thursday 9 April
Jubilee room, Indian YMCA, 41 Fitzroy Square London W1T 6AQ
(Tube Stations: Warren St, Goodge St & Gt Portland St)
By Paul Roberts
There is no significant electoral threat to Labour from UKIP. The real danger arises from adaption to its politics.
The balance of support of Britain’s political parties, confirmed by opinion polls and actual voting, including last week’s Wythenshawe and Sale East by-election, indicates Labour remains on course to become the largest party at next year’s general election. This is being achieved on the back of divisions on the right between the Tories and UKIP plus disgust at Lib Dem acquiescence with the Tories.
■ No to scapegoating of immigrants
■ No to Islamophobia
■ Yes to diversity
Rally and Demo marking UN Anti-Racism Day
11am, Saturday 22nd March 2014
Central London • Demonstration assembly point tbc