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The Labour Movement and Protest: a working-class politics for the 21st century


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Editor's note: We apologise that the first few moments of the introduction to this lecture are missing from the recording of this session.

Speaker(s): Len McCluskey

Recorded on 15 January 2013 in Old Theatre, Old Building.

The Labour movement has started to put itself once more at the heart of British politics but it also needs to link up with social protest to develop a new working-class politics. Len McCluskey is the general secretary of Unite.

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