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They own East End Offset Printers Ltd. They print lots of trade papers, in-house magazines, magazines, weekly papers and freesheets. they also print Private Eye, which pays them handsomely to cover legal costs. (Printers and publishers can be held liable in libel cases too)

A long time ago they used to print a trade paper for London Black Cab drivers, who used to have a column for telling jokes they'd heard 'in the cab'

A few too many were racist and sexist and the inkies refused to print them, pointing out that the ethics of the owners of the presses should not have a problem with their stance. Well it seemed they did, and for several weeks the London Cab Driver didn't get his in house newspaper until the managers threatened to sack the inkies, who countered that threat with a ballot for industrial action, which would have shut down everything.

The strike and ballot never happened and the cabbies got there shit sheet published elsewhere. I don't think the EE Ltd board were too bothered as they had plenty of other lucrative work at the time. It was probably an inspiration for 'A cab driver writes...' columns in Private Eye

Then of course the SWP probably get a regular retainer for turning in people to the spooks and for trying to keep socialists out of politics by making them sell newspapers and sign petitions. But you won't see those figures in the accounts filed at Companies House
Have you got a link for the SWP owning the printers? Ive just tried google and although their shite might get printed by them, they dont appear to own them
 
#22
Have you got a link for the SWP owning the printers? Ive just tried google and although their shite might get printed by them, they dont appear to own them
Common knowledge in the press and print industries in the 90s-00s. Several senior party members were listed as directors and company secretaries at the time, Lindsey German was one of them ISTRC and possibly Weyman Bennett.
 
#23
Antifa and their campaign to beat the snot out of anyone that doesn't agree with then are pretty shoddy.

Not sure why they're called Antifa though, I've yet to see them tackle any fascists.
Not much fun punching themselves repeatedly in the face, I suppose.
 
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Dr Gareth Edwards, of International and Broke, which campaigns for universities to cover the immigration costs of non-EU staff, said: “This proposal sends a clear and unfortunate message that non-British staff are not welcome at the University of Birmingham.”
Gareth Edwards?

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Lovely pass on him, look you.
 
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@Sixty I was out last night, so as far as I'm concerned, it's Friday.

And I was in a café not a caf, drinking proper coffee [strong], not some sh!te frothy coffee flavoured sperm. Some b'stard had grabbed The Times & Telegraph before me so it was the Grauniad or the Daily Wail.
well yer should have told the other person off for hogging two papers.:smile:
 
#29
How the avowedly ultimate socialists can/could run a 'for profit' organisation amuses me. I'll also bet said inkies don't get paid based on their 'relative needs' either.
Turns out, they ran (limped) a "can't make a profit" organisation, so perhaps their ultimate socialists credentials still stand :)
 
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There's a lot you won't find in Companies house, like accurate accounts........
What's in Companies House is as accurate as the laws that say what you need to file make them. Like the law in general that may or may not relate to what you perceive as reality and thus 'accurate'.
 
#33
Turns out, they ran (limped) a "can't make a profit" organisation, so perhaps their ultimate socialists credentials still stand :)
To be fair to the trade, modern technology and desk top publishing IT wiped out many jobs and profits with them in the entire sector.
 

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