British socialists

Posted Oct 26, 2009
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  1. English socialists

    English socialists

     - 3 lists, 170 members
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  2. Socialists from Northern Ireland

    Socialists from Northern Ireland

     - 4 lists, 6 members
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  3. Scottish socialists

    Scottish socialists

     - 5 lists, 52 members
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  4. British Marxists

    British Marxists

     - 2 lists, 88 members
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  5. British Socialist Party members 1 view

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  6. British syndicalists

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  7. Chartists

    Chartists

     - 62 members
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  8. British Christian socialists

    British Christian socialists

     - 3 lists, 5 members
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  9. Co-operative Party (UK) politicians

    Co-operative Party (UK) politicians

     - 6 lists, 21 members
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  10. Common Wealth Party politicians

    Common Wealth Party politicians

     - 1 list, 12 members
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  11. Gibraltarian socialists 0 views

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  12. Independent Labour Party politicians

    Independent Labour Party politicians

     - 1 list, 67 members
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  13. Labour Party (UK) people

    Labour Party (UK) people

     - 3 lists, 120 members
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  14. Manx socialists

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  15. Respect Party politicians

    Respect Party politicians

     - 4 lists, 16 members
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  16. Social Democratic and Labour Party politicians 1 view

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  17. Social Democratic Federation members 6 views

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  18. Social Democratic Party (UK) politicians

    Social Democratic Party (UK) politicians

     - 4 lists, 72 members
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  19. Social Democratic Party (UK) people 0 views

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  20. Socialist Labour Party (UK, 1903) members 0 views

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  21. Socialist League (UK, 1885) members 0 views

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  22. Socialist Party of Great Britain members 0 views

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  23. Socialist Labour Party (UK) members 1 view

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  24. Tower Hamlets First politicians

    Tower Hamlets First politicians

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  25. Welsh socialists

    Welsh socialists

     - 2 lists, 50 members
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    Harry Styles

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  2. David Tennant
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    David Tennant

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  3. Lily Allen
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    Lily Allen

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  4. Saffron Burrows
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    Saffron Burrows

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  5. Eddie Izzard
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    Eddie Izzard

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  6. Paul Weller
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    Paul Weller

    32,167 views

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  7. J.K. Rowling
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    J.K. Rowling

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  8. Roland Orzabal
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    Roland Orzabal

    17,949 views

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  9. Glenda Jackson
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    Glenda Jackson

    11,633 views

    Glenda May Jackson, CBE (born 9 May 1936) is a British actress and Labour Party politician. She first became a Member of Parliament (MP) in 1992, and represented Hampstead and Kilburn until 2015.


  10. Billy Bragg
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    Billy Bragg

    9,344 views

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  11. Paloma Faith
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    Paloma Faith

    16,411 views

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  12. Tim Minchin
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    Tim Minchin

    8,335 views

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  13. Keith Allen
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    Keith Allen

    3,316 views

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  14. Ken Loach
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    Ken Loach

    791 views

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  15. Ed Miliband
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    Ed Miliband

    852 views

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  16. Dermot O'Leary
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    Dermot O'Leary

    710 views

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  17. George Galloway
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    George Galloway

    548 views

    George Galloway (born 16 August 1954) is a British politician, broadcaster, and writer. From 2012 to 2015 he was the Respect Party Member of Parliament (MP) for Bradford West.


  18. Clive Dunn
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    Clive Dunn

    277 views

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  19. Will Self
    #19

    Will Self

    165 views

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  20. Grayson Perry
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    Grayson Perry

    63 views

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  21. Kathy Lette
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    Kathy Lette

    145 views

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  22. Ralph Miliband
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    Ralph Miliband

    46 views

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  23. Diane Abbott
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    Diane Abbott

    55 views

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  24. John Pilger
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    John Pilger

    38 views

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  25. George Lansbury
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    George Lansbury

    35 views

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