Monthly Archives: December 2019

Ruskin Films: ‘Winstanley’ (17 Jan) & ‘I Am Not Your Negro’ (7 Feb)

 

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History news and events at 22 December

Help ensure Government pays compensation to Windrush Generation Saturday 18 January. 2-3pm. Black Cultural Archives (BCA) public meeting for all those affected by the Windrush Scandal. This will be followed by free legal surgeries every Wednesday and Saturday from January … Continue reading

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Croydon and the new reality of the Tory Victory: Windrush scandal and planning plus Croydon news

The Tory Victory – a new reality and what can be done The victory of the BREXIT wing of the Conservative Party in the General Election presents a new reality. While the Labour Party will tear itself apart in the … Continue reading

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Surrey Opera Sunday Christmas Soiree 15 December

Please either: (1)    email Penny Locke to reserve tickets, pennylocke@googlemail.com. or (2)    make a direct bank transfer to SO’s account: sort code: 08-92-99; acc. number: 65871180 (please identify as Soirée tickets), or (3)    make an online booking via Ticketsource, using … Continue reading

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Has Sarah Jones come out against the Council on green spaces?

Sarah Jones, who is defending her seat of Croydon Central in the General Election on Thursday, seems to have come out against the Council by publicly in supporting  green spaces. ‘I will protect Croydon’s green spaces and promote the creation … Continue reading

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Two more authors’ titles at Boxpark Authors Stall Sunday 8 December

  Two more Croydon authors will be highlighted the Croydon Authors bookstall at the Made in Croydon Market tomorrow (Sunday 8 December) at Boxpark – 11am-5pm. Nadia McInnis will be there from 9.30am-5pn to discuss her two books.  Fred Scott’s … Continue reading

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Taming rogue capitalism – the real General Election choice

Labour’s manifesto may be very radical, it is as ambitious as that in 1945. But Attlee’s Government did not introduce socialism or end capitalism. It reformed the capitalist crisis creating a new mixed economic balance between state and capital which … Continue reading

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