Militant Supporters

Some articles on militant, militant supporters:

Militant Tendency - Militant in The 1980s - Expulsion From The Labour Party
... The growth of the Militant during the late 1970s and early '80s resulted in the election of a majority of Militant supporters to the party's youth section ... The Labour Party National Executive Committee appointed a Militant member, Andy Bevan, to the post of youth officer ... The inquiry sent a series of questions to the Militant tendency ...
Militant Tendency - Early Editions of Militant - Militant in Merseyside
... secretary of the 'Revolutionary Socialist League' in 1964 when it decided to found the Militant newspaper ... of the pioneers of Trotskyism in Merseyside, helping form the Militant Workers' Federation after the war, which was involved in a large apprentices movement ... Almost ten years before the founding of the Militant tendency, in 1955, Ted Grant was almost selected by the Walton Constituency Labour Party as its parliamentary candidate ...
Militant Tendency - Militant in The 1980s - Labour and The Liverpool Council
... Kinnock made a speech to the Labour Party Conference in October 1985 that attacked Militant and their record in the leadership of Liverpool City Council “ I'll ... Peter Kilfoyle as an organiser with a specific remit to remove Militant supporters from the Labour Party ... The two MPs associated with the Militant who were elected in 1983, Dave Nellist and Terry Fields, both increased their majorities in 1987, whilst long-sta ...

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