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.
One thought on “the commune’s 21st september london forum on the tories”
Yes and New labour carried on even ending up putting up the tax burden on the poorest, before slamming the wicket Tories take a look at New labour.
I’ll be glad to get back to real moaning about a Tory party, not this mixed up bunch of Wally’s called New Labour.
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