Meeting - Labour: how worker friendly are they?
Anti-Capitalist Alliance public meeting:
worker friendly are they?
7pm, Monday, November
Room 3, WEA, 59 Gloucester St
Labour before 1984
* The fourth Labour government
We’ll also have copies on sale of our
new pamphlet on the history of the
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