England

CP EASTERN: District congress plans for action

HS_4Communists from across the East of England--from Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Suffolk, and Essex-met in Cambridge on a wonderful sunny day to elect a new District Committee and to take stock of the challenge of a new government, the forces which can be brought together to block the ruling class offensive, and to draw up plans to build the CP. If you want to contact or join the CP in the East of England go here.

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Cambridge: Communists meet and plan

Communists in Cambridge have met to regenerate the CP branch and sketch out a plan of action for the forthcoming general election which includes building for a major event for the People's Charter.

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CP film project - What Is Socialism?

Communist party members and supporters in north London are producing a short film for young people, about socialism in action. But you don't have to be a Londoner to take an active part. If you want to help, get in touch.

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Supporting the counter demonstration against the English Defence League

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Graham Stevenson, the Communist candidate for the WMCA Mayor, has called on fellow candidates to join him in supporting the counter demonstration against the English Defence League in Victoria Square from 1pm - 4pm on Saturday April 8th.

“In a cynical move to reinforce their hatred of our diverse communities, the English Defence League have switched a demonstration, planned to take place in Derby, to the city of Birmingham.

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Will you pledge to work for a greener West Midlands?

We have recieved a significant number of enquiries with similar content. We publish the letter below along with our response.

Dear Candidates,
I am writing to you to ask if, should you be elected as my new Metro Mayor, you will use your powers and influence to build an economy that works for the wellbeing of people and the environment of the West Midlands.

A genuinely sustainable vision for the West Midlands must deal with the crisis of polluted air – which contributes to the deaths of 1,460(1) people in the area and the loss of hundreds of millions of pounds to the economy each year. It must ensure that in tackling the housing crisis we make certain that new homes are built in the right place, and to the right standards. It must recognise that the future is low carbon and promote a clean and renewable energy based economy.

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