The struggle for liberation of all people is never complete and must always be renewed. As a movement, we educate ourselves and each other to better stand in solidarity with and unite all those facing oppression and discrimination.
That's why we are launching education materials for our members and supporters to help them confront bigotry, wherever it arises. Over the coming months, the party will produce educational materials on a number of specific forms of racism and bigotry. Our first materials are on antisemitism, recognising that anti-Jewish bigotry has reared its head in our movement.
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Hatred towards Jewish people is rising in many parts of the world. Our party is not immune from that poison – and we must drive it out from our movement.
While other political parties and some of the media exaggerate and distort the scale of the problem in our party, we must face up to the unsettling truth that a small number of Labour members hold antisemitic views and a large...
When Stagecoach last month rejected the petition to re-instate a bus route through the heart of Long Lawford, we sent it to Warwickshire County Council as they have a responsibility to fund bus routes turned down by private operators like Stagecoach. However, they may not have the funds - in which case we will demand they get them from a Government that is supposed to care about rural public transport. We will let you know the County Council's decision as soon as we get it
The campaign, initiated by Rugby TUSC, has also featured on the front page of the Rugby Observer as their main story and has been news items on both BBC CWR and Rugby FM. Over 450 local residents have now signed the petition calling for bus services to be re-routed through the hear of Long Lawford. The petition will be presented to Stagecoach and Warwickshire County Council in the next couple of weeks.