Tag Archive: tuc

Oct 26

Take Part In A Film For TUC

My mate Stephanie Power is making a film for the TUC for the November 30th actions. And she needs YOU to be in it. Please pass this message on to others who’d be interested too. Here’s the details from Steph herself, so get in touch with her direct if you fancy it: I’m making a …

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Sep 20

We Can Make The World Stop – Live From The Demo

This is the last of the three videos from the anti-cuts demo at Lib Dem Conference. I particularly like the way the deputy general secretary of the ATL union, Martin Johnson, is bopping away in the background. Funky or what?

Sep 19

Oh Mr Cameron – Live From The Demo

Another video from today’s demo at Lib Dem Conference. This song was mainly written by my Mum no less, with a chorus thrown in by me. It has quickly achieved something of a cult status, proving that I’m not even the best songwriter in my own family! Enjoy it. Sing it at future demos. The …

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Sep 19

New Song: Union Hall – Live From The Demo

Demo at Lib Dem Conference

4,000 demonstrators turned out to protest the cuts outside the Liberal Democrats Conference in Liverpool today. I sung from the stage to begin the rally, and I’ll be posting more videos as the evening progresses. This is a brand new song called Union Hall which I wrote this week especially for the event. I hope …

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Sep 18

Singing At The Demo – Lib Dem Conference

First of all, the ECHO was bang wrong. They ran a piece yesterday that Sunday’s demo against the Lib Dems has been banned. It hasn’t at all, so ignore it. They got it wrong. Everyone is gathering at Salthouse Dock at 11.30. Salthouse Dock? Where’s that? It’s part of the Albert Dock development. Here’s a …

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Sep 07

A Return To Gigging – And Plenty Of It!

Followers of my music will know that I took some time off from doing my own stuff for a while. I wanted a breather from myself. After all, imagine being round me 24 hours a day without escape. You’d want a break from me too. Anyhow, all of this self-deprecating waffle is to let you …

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Aug 21

First Review For New Album

I’m happy to have received my first review for We Can Make The World Stop. I’m even happier that it has come from within the labour movement. The reviewer is Kate Richardson who is Vice President of Manchester Trades Council. And with TUC Conference taking place here in Liverpool next month, here’s an interesting bit …

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