Public discussion forum
Polls put the Tories ahead of Labour by 17% and heading for a 100 seat majority at the coming general election. All indications are that we are heading for a Tory government by next summer.
When the Tories were last in power, Thatcher and Major led a vicious 18-year capitalist offensive against the working class, and the anti-union laws they introduced remain to this day under Gordon Brown. They restructured industry, created mass unemployment, scapegoated the poor and casualised labour.
We have every reason to worry: but what is the Tory agenda today? Are we ready for the challenge? The Commune is hosting a public forum to discuss these questions, and all are welcome.
The debate will be led off by:
member of the Conference of Socialist Economists
former Conservative Party activist
Monday 21st September, from 7pm, at the Artillery Arms, 102 Bunhill Row, near Old Street
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.