Please join us anytime after 8pm on Saturday December 7th for our annual Xmas Social. Beer, wine, soft drinks for very reasonable donations. Food from around the world, including the legendary samosas. entrance £5/2. Phone me for confirmation of venue on 07881 520626
Join us for an hour outside Rugby Job Centre on Albert St at 1pm on Friday November 15th to hand out leaflets to claimants outlining our concerns about Universal Credit, and whilst doing so, record and then take up any individual cases of the suffering caused by Universal Credit to pass on.
Monday November 18th 2019 7.30pmSeven Stars Pub, Albert Square, Rugby town centre (200 metres from Post office in Albert St). Please note that we are now usually meeting on the 3rd Monday of every month
Warwickshire County Council have taken four months to reject the petition to reinstate a bus service through the heart of Long Lawford. It does not look as if they have even discussed the demands of the 516 signatories to the petition at Committee or other level. Details at https://www.rugbyadvertiser.co.uk/news/people/long-lawford-campaigners-disgusted-over-county-council-s-response-to-their-petition-to-bring-3a-bus-back-1-9106536
"Our local Tory MP Mark Pawsey issued a statement on August 29th supporting the suspension of Parliament by Prime Minister Boris Johnson. He suggested the prorogation of Parliament, as such a suspension is called, was not unreasonable or unconstitutional,” Rugby Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition spokesperson Pete McLaren reminded us today
"Now that the Supreme Court has ruled the suspension of Parliament unlawful - illegal - the Rugby Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition would like to ask Mark Pawsey what he now thinks about that suspension of democracy.
"Boris Johnson prorogued Parliament to try and stop MPs from scrutinising his Brexit plans. It was a complete abuse of his powers, and it should not have taken eleven senior judges to force him to allow Parliament to meet and discuss the key issues of the day, whether that be Brexit or ending austerity. We call on Mark Pawsey to admit he was wrong, and that Boris Johnson was wrong in th...