Friday, 21 October 2005

I.D Cards - mass mobilisation

The Government's majority was cut to 32 when the ID card bill was voted on in the House of Commons, we have to organise mass mobilisation against this threat against our freedoms. The parliament is the only place where we can stop this, please all lobby your MPs and hold them to account, remember they will ask for your vote at the next election.

Please continue to give generously to the earthquake appeal as they are desperate for your help, remember things have not improved even though the media are not covering this issue.

On Sunday we are organising a programme in Rochdale to launch a campaign against drugs and drug dealers, its AT THE Castlemere Community Centre, Tweedale Street, Rochdale. We have a speaker from Brooklyn, New York attending along with the media

If you can come, please try

Sunday, 16 October 2005

Speaking at PCS Union Seminar

Yesterday I spoke at the PCS Union black workers seminar in Nottingham, it was a moving event, we talked about make poverty history, racism and the BNP

Thursday, 13 October 2005

Pakistan Earthquake

Can I first of all pay my deepest condolences to the victims and their families of the earthquake that has rocked India, Pakistan and Afghanistan. The most chilling feeling is that the majority of the victims are children, my heart goes out to people.

Can I urge all to give generously, I have been amazed by the British people's generous giving once again, we are a very compassionate country.

speak soon