CLASS WAR ON POOR DOORS

Congratulations to London Class War, delegates of Wessex Solidarity and Dorset I.W.W. have also participated in this campaign. Let’s spread the message that only direct action can get us results.

Ian Bone

CLASS WAR WINS ROUND ONE IN
POOR DOORS BATTLE

The new owners of No 1 Commercial Street in Aldgate East, London have agreed to hold talks over ending the use of segregated entrances at its tower block of flats.

It comes after 19 weeks of noisy and good humoured protests by the working class action group Class War.

The move by the under-pressure owners could herald the end of separate rich and poor doors in housing developments across the capital and UK.

It follows an historic first meeting between Class War and Taylor McWilliams, the executive director of Hondo Enterprises.

Previous owners Redrow quit the development after Class War’s weekly campaign against this class apartheid in East London.

On Monday (24 November) six campaigners from Class War – which is standing candidates across London and the UK in next May’s General Election – emerged from hours of talks with McWilliams…

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