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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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Building a Socialist Library (1) Rebel Girls: Their Fight for the Vote by Jill Liddington

Dear readers here is the first in a series of occasional posts about books that can inspire us, not just in terms of their content but also their capacity to encourage us to take part in campaigns and activities to … Continue reading

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