Back in May I promised on Instagram to document the behind-the-scenes work of the Labour Party during the General Election as I moved around the country volunteering at a number of key marginal seats where at the time it was looking like helping keeping pro-Corbyn MPs in jobs. Sadly, though I ended up being so busy travelling from constituency to constituency, knocking doors, making phone calls and being told Jeremy Corbyn is a traitor to the country that most of […]
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Notices from local residents and Library users at the closure of New Cross Library during the cuts program by Lewisham council back in 2011. Following an occupation by activists and local residents the Library re-opened as New Cross People’s Library and now New Cross Learning.
Photographs from the birth of the occupy movement in London with the Democracy Village in Parliament Square opposite the Houses of Parliament which initially supported Brian Haw’s one-man protest against the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, but expanded to protest austerity measures by the then Labour government. After the election of a coalition government in 2010 came the protests and occupations including St Paul’s Cathedral as protestors from various backgrounds, causes and political believes were labelled under the banner of […]
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