Page 1, 17th June 1960

17th June 1960
Page 1
Page 1, 17th June 1960 — MID-WAY ' PLAN
Close

Report an error

Noticed an error on this page?
If you've noticed an error in this article please click here to report it.

Tags


Share


Related articles

Exit Pritt

Page 3 from 29th March 1940

Prospects In England

Page 3 from 24th July 1936

" Popular Fron T " And "united Front " In England

Page 3 from 22nd April 1938

Will Labour Party Enter Government?

Page 5 from 10th May 1940

Douglas Hyde's Avmmaaaaa Column

Page 4 from 14th December 1951

MID-WAY ' PLAN

From Our Parliamentary Correspondent THE British Labour Movement is a coalition of Constituency Labour Party supporters and members of the Trade Unions and Co-ops. "Socialists" dominate in the Constituency Labour Parties, but many Co-operators and Trade Unionists are also "Socialist". Many, however, are not.

Very many unenthusiastically accept a political alliance formed at a time when widespread poverty bred class hatred and when working-class interests needed to secure representation in a largely unsympathetic House of Commons. Many deliberately "contract out" of the political alliance.




blog comments powered by Disqus