A brief anti-fascist interlude on November 30

On November 30, three million workers across the public sector took strike action. It was the biggest day of action in a generation, and in Liverpool it was marked by workers marching through the city to rally at St George’s Hall. However, upset at being reduced to irrelevance by events, the far-right decided to put … Continue reading

WAST march on UKBA Liverpool

On Friday 29th July, members of the Manchester-based Women Asylum Seekers Together (WAST) and supporters from the community marched from Liverpool’s St. George’s Hall to the UK Borders Agency headquarters. The march was well-attended, consisting mainly of women and children in the process of seeking Asylum, as well as local activists, friends and supporters. With … Continue reading