Join us on the Tuesday 10th December at 7:30pm in Room 10, Partick Burgh Halls for a report on the Left Unity Founding Conference. Will be followed by open discussion.
On November 30th 2013, Left Unity became Britain’s new radical party of the left.
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With Sellafield Power Station just 10 miles away, the people of Whitehaven are used to having energy generation on their doorstep, writes Mel Kelly.
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The coalition government is giving away the nation’s coal and the chairman of an Australian company tells a group of investors people can make a lot of money out of their licenses for 1 billion tons of Scotland’s coal “while we colonials sock it to the English”, writes Mel Kelly.
Hillel Ticktin speaks to Left Unity Glasgow about socialist society.
Join us downstairs at The State Bar for a Left Unity Glasgow meeting on the 17th of October, 7:30pm. Continue reading Branch Meeting