Sign up to support Ken Loach’s appeal



March 16, 2013

ken-loach1The welfare state is being dismantled by the coalition government, bringing great suffering to the most vulnerable in society and eroding the living conditions of millions of ordinary people.

Worse still, the Labour Party is not presenting a strong opposition to austerity and instead appears to have wholeheartedly adopted neo-liberal policy, advocating its own brand of austerity and privatisation. 

Ken Loach’s The Spirit of ’45 gives us a perspective on the achievements of the post-war generation, transforming the lives of ordinary people by bringing improved health, housing, education and social security to the people of Britain.

We need to defend these achievements and continue the tradition of protecting the most vulnerable in society.

Support Ken Loach’s appeal to discuss the formation of a new political party of the Left to bring together those who wish to defend the welfare state and present an economic alternative to austerity HERE

17 thoughts on “Sign up to support Ken Loach’s appeal

  1. Carmen Peruga says:

    Having just watched the EXCELLENT ‘Spirit of 45’ …. let the ‘Spirit of 2013’ prevail 🙂 !!!!!!

  2. john mc says:

    ken Loach,go for it ken ,me im knackered .thanks for looking in to all this shit ,i have been wading in it all my life , thanks again jmc.

  3. Paul Callaghan says:

    Labour are no longer the peoples party, they are at best a right of centre alternative to the Tories. Only when the poor and vulnerable stop voting for them will they listen

  4. Kevin Dyer says:

    Good luck , mate . I wish I could be a little more optimistic . But it’s quite a job . But you’re the man to do it . Information is key . And everyone seems so asleep at mo . Of course it’s the unemployed and the immigrants who are to blame ( Daily Mail crap ) x

  5. Linda says:

    I am looking forward to watching this film, spirit of 45. I desperately want to vote Labour, but i’m afraid i cannot trust them anymore.

  6. Serenity says:

    I think this is always worth watching again, inspiring and if ever there was a time we needed reassurance that we are not powerless this is it.

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