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Co-operative M.P.s work for victory

Co-operative Party. Parliamentary Co-operative Group.

Co-operative M.P.s work for victory

aactivities of the Co-operative Parliamentary Group.

by Co-operative Party. Parliamentary Co-operative Group.

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Published by Co-operative Union for the Co-operative Party in Manchester .
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Today marks the 70th anniversary of Franco’s coup in Spain, the day the Spanish Civil War began. In as the situation in Spain moved towards revolution and final overthrow of the hated Franco regime Ted Grant wrote this document drawing all the lessons from those tumultuous events. But now comes the hard part. As the celebrations from Brecon & Radnorshire die down, we need to recognise that we only won there because the Greens and Plaid Cymru stood aside.

Many Labour M.P.s said―and perhaps some of them even believed―that the day of Socialism had dawned. Reality was cruelly different, and it exposed Labour Party theories for what they were. The government were committed to running British capitalism, and they did this in basically the same way as the Tories would have done.   Editorial from the July issue of the Socialist Standard Twenty years ago this month, Great Britain elected the first majority Lab.

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The Co-operative Guild Women saw that when questions affecting the Co-operative movement came before Parliament the movement lost much of its power because the women had no vote. Unwise or unjust taxation was injurious to the Co-operative trade, and women were the chief sufferers by.

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