According to James Macintyre of the New Statesman, Diane Abbott has made history as the first black woman to enter the Labour leadership.
If this proves to be confirmed to be true, The Multicultural Politic congratulates her on making this historic achievement and will watch the Leadership race and her performance with keen interest.
I am writing to let you know that I have withdrawn from the Labour Party leadership race this morning.
At The Multicultural Politic, we want to stimulate debate and give a voice to those who aren’t usually given time by the mainstream media. Though the editorial team disagrees with the idea of Academies, debates cannot be had if only one point of view is published. We have and will continue to publish anti-Academy articles […]Read more →
The UK section of the International Solidarity for Thailand Campaign is holding an open planning meeting onÂ Sunday 13th June 2010 from 1pm to 3pm.
Venue: Development House, 56-64 Leonard Street, London, EC2A 4LT
By Majeed Neky
Having stood in the recent local elections and still catching up on sleep, Iâ€™ve spent more of my last few weeks than Iâ€™d have liked defending the coalition (a colleague even suggested that I allocate ten minutes for general abuse about the actions of â€˜myâ€™ government at the start of each day, just […]
by Colombia Solidarity Campaign
EMERGENCY PICKET OF BP HQ IN LONDON
VICTORY TO COLOMBIAN OILWORKERS!Read more →
Official launch of the Climate9 public campaign – defending grassroots climate action in the face of political failure. Speakers include top human rights lawyer Gareth Peirce, Civil Rights and Anti Racist Activist Suresh Grover with more to be announced.
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In the early hours of the morning of 7th May, as the results were coming in for the British General Election 2010. I appeared on Al Jazeera English News Channel to speak on two topics:
Proportional Representation and what it means for far-right parties like the British National Party
The Barking “Hodge vs Griffin” results from an […]
So two weeks in, Osborne is able to keep his pledge on making Â£6,000,000,000 of cuts this year. Well what he has announced proves that he is actually making Â£5,700,000,000, as he is “redirecting” Â£500 million, which means he is Â£300 million pounds short of his pledge.
Whilst the city and business leaders have applauded the […]Read more →
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