Sunday, April 11, 2010

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Weekly Bulletin of The Socialist Party of Great Britain 145

Dear Friends,

Welcome to the 145th our weekly bulletins to keep you informed of changes at Socialist Party of Great Britain @ MySpace.

We now have 1565 friends!

Recent blogs:

  • Working for a different and better world
  • Election Madness
  • How would you like your capitalism served?

  • Coming Events,

    all open to the public:

    Can politicians save the planet?

    - Election Forum with Frank Simpkins, Vincent Otter, Glenn Morris and Danny Lambert.
    Saturday 17 April, 6.00pm

    The Socialist Party, 52 Clapham High St, London SW4 7UN.

    The Election: which way to vote?

    Saturday 17 April, 1pm - 4pm

    Room 7, City Library,

    33 New Bridge Street, Newcastle, NE1 8AX (two minutes walk from Monument Metro)

    The Election: what's wrong with politics?

    - Speaker: Adam Buick

    Tuesday 20 April, 8pm

    Committee Room, Chiswick Town Hall,

    Heathfield Terrace, London W4.

    Elections: do they have to be like this?

    Saturday 24 April, 1pm - 4pm

    Albert Room, Victoria Hotel,

    Great George St, Leeds, LS1 3DL

    Discussion on Poverty

    Monday 26 April, 8.30 pm


    Church Street, Manchester City Centre

    Informal chat / branch business

    Saturday, 8th May, 12pm - 4pm

    Quebec Tavern, 93-97 Quebec Road,

    Norwich NR1 4HY

    Capitalism isn't working for you - is there an alternative?

    Saturday 8th May from 1pm to 5pm

    Community Central Halls,

    304 Maryhill Road, Glasgow

    (During the afternoon free light refreshments will be available.)

    1pm The Basic Cause of Present Day Problems, Vic Vanni (Glasgow)

    2.15pm The Failure of Reformist Solutions, John Cumming (Glasgow)

    The Socialist Alternative, Paul Bennett (Manchester)

    Future Visions - The Socialist Party Summer School
    23rd - 25th July, Fircroft College, Birmingham.

    Quote for the week:

    "All forms of the state have democracy for their truth, and for that reason are false to the extent that they are not democracy." Marx, Critique of Hegel’s Philosophy of Right, 1843

    Continuing luck with your MySpace adventures!

    Robert and Piers

    Socialist Party of Great Britain

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