Socialist Party debate with the UK Independence Party
Saturday 14 February, at 6pm
52 Clapham High Street, London SW4 7UN
(Nearest Tube Stations, Clapham North and Clapham Common.)
"British Jobs for British Workers?" will be a topic of debate on Saturday 14 February between Magnus Nielsen, of the UK Independence Party, and Danny Lambert, of the Socialist Party which has its offices at 52 Clapham High Street where the debate will take place.
UKIP wants Britain to leave the EU. The Socialist Party wants a world without frontiers. Elections to the European Parliament take place on 5 June.
Magnus Nielsen will be arguing that everyone in Britain has a common interest and should go it alone against the rest of the world. Danny Lambert will be arguing that workers in this country have more in common with workers in other countries than with employers in Britain, and that there is no national solution to global problems such as the environment, wars and, now, the world-wide depression.
The debate starts at 6pm and admission is free.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the SPGB website.