Ralph Miliband Programme: movement, protest and social change
Date: Tuesday 15 January 2013
Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building
Speaker: Len McCluskey
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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A transcript of Len McCluskey's lecture can be downloaded:
The Labour Movement and Protest: a working-class politics for the 21st century transcript
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