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Tameside Hospital; failed by hospital management and Labour politicians but needed by Tameside patients.

Tameside Hospital seems to be in the press every week for all the wrong reasons. in recent years there have been headlines about high death rates, poor staffing levels, and ever increasing levels of debt. This month Monitor, the sector … Continue reading

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Stop,Look,Listen…my weekly selection of favourite films, books and events to get you out of the house

Watch ..A Taste of Honey… the original film made in 1961, see Manchester and Salford in glorious black and white. Fascinating footage of Piccadilly, St. Ann’s Square, Albert Square and the Crescent in Salford. Wonderful closeups of Rita Tushingham and … Continue reading

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Building a Socialist Library (7) Occupational Hazards

Occupational Hazards, Occupying Hospitals; some inspirations and issues from our history produced by past tense 2013 past tense are a group of anarchists who present history from below: this is just one of their thought provoking and important publications. It … Continue reading

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Stop,Look,Listen…my weekly selection of favourite films, books and events to get you out of the house

Watch..Flame on the Streets, a film made in 1961 and based on a play written by Ted Willis( ex-Communist Party) called Hot Summer Night. Set in London, and influenced by the Notting Hill Riots of 1958, the film takes on … Continue reading

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