The Pankhurst

The Pankhurst "Deeds not words" 62 Nelson Street, Manchester, the birthplace of the Suffragette movement, is now the Pankhurst Centre. The Centre houses a small museum and heritage centre that remains as a legacy to the Pankhurst family and the Suffragette movement, and also serves as a women’s community centre.

This historically significant building was the home of Emmeline Pankhurst and her family who led the Suffragette campaign for Votes for Women, and is the place where the first meeting of the Women’s Social and Political Union was held.The heritage centre has information about the Pankhursts and the Suffragette movement. This is open to the general public on Thursdays from 10-4. Entry is free. As a women’s community centre it provides and offers space for activities and events run by women, for women. It offers a unique place in which women can learn together, work on projects and socialise. It is a vibrant centre that hosts a number of women’s organisations and projects that support women, thus continuing the struggle that the Suffragettes began, fighting for women’s rights, all those years ago.

Operating as usual

A statement from us about the impact of Covid-19. We're saying goodbye for a little while. We remain committed to sharin...
02/04/2020

A statement from us about the impact of Covid-19. We're saying goodbye for a little while. We remain committed to sharing the story of this important place, and will be back once it's safe for us all to do so again. Don't forget to give Manchester Women's Aid some love in the meantime! Stay safe everyone 💜💚💜

19/03/2020
Sheikh Nazim Helping Hands

Sheikh Nazim Helping Hands

Important announcement: SNHH will be working in collaboration with The Pankhurst Centre and Manchester Women’s Aid to help the vulnerable individuals and families during this challenging period.
We will be distributing food parcels as well as picking up medical prescriptions and delivering them to individuals who are in self-isolation.
Any donations are most welcome. ❤️

An important message from Manchester Women's Aid:Isolation may increase your risk of domestic abuse. They continue to pr...
18/03/2020

An important message from Manchester Women's Aid:

Isolation may increase your risk of domestic abuse.

They continue to provide confidential advice, information and support. The referral line number is 0161 660 7999 and is open between 09.30 and 16.30 Monday to Friday.

We can't believe International Women's Day was last week! Looking back on fun times before we even heard of social dista...
18/03/2020

We can't believe International Women's Day was last week! Looking back on fun times before we even heard of social distancing. 💜💚

What a day!
Hoards came to the Pankhurst Centre to celebrate International Women's Day! We were treated to a performance by the amazing She Choir, joyful feminist flag-making by Small Fry Collective, and a fascinating Q&A with Helen Antrobus & Jane Bowyer about writing and designing the book First in the Fight all about Manchester's radical women (co-authored by Andrew Simcock).
As ever- the success of the day depended on our volunteers, offering expert tours and insight into the Pankhurst history, and serving their home-baked cakes to a packed tea room!
It's days like this that keep us going. x

What a day! Hoards came to the Pankhurst Centre to celebrate International Women's Day! We were treated to a performance...
18/03/2020

What a day!
Hoards came to the Pankhurst Centre to celebrate International Women's Day! We were treated to a performance by the amazing She Choir, joyful feminist flag-making by Small Fry Collective, and a fascinating Q&A with Helen Antrobus & Jane Bowyer about writing and designing the book First in the Fight all about Manchester's radical women (co-authored by Andrew Simcock).
As ever- the success of the day depended on our volunteers, offering expert tours and insight into the Pankhurst history, and serving their home-baked cakes to a packed tea room!
It's days like this that keep us going. x

What a day!
Hoards came to the Pankhurst Centre to celebrate International Women's Day! We were treated to a performance by the amazing She Choir, joyful feminist flag-making by Small Fry Collective, and a fascinating Q&A with Helen Antrobus & Jane Bowyer about writing and designing the book First in the Fight all about Manchester's radical women (co-authored by Andrew Simcock).
As ever- the success of the day depended on our volunteers, offering expert tours and insight into the Pankhurst history, and serving their home-baked cakes to a packed tea room!
It's days like this that keep us going. x

18/03/2020

Dear friends,

It will come as no surprise that we have taken the decision to close the Pankhurst Centre to visitors in light of the risk to health caused by the outbreak of COVID-19.

The Pankhurst Centre has been a place of coming together since we opened our doors in 1987, and we look forward to welcoming you all back as soon as it is safe to do so.

Let's continue to take care of each other ###

Wishing a Happy International Women’s Day to all! 💚💜 #InternationalWomensDay#IWD2020
08/03/2020

Wishing a Happy International Women’s Day to all! 💚💜

#InternationalWomensDay
#IWD2020

It’s tomorrow! 10am - 4pm 💚💜#InternationalWomensDay #IWD2020
07/03/2020

It’s tomorrow! 10am - 4pm 💚💜

#InternationalWomensDay #IWD2020

We're going big for #InternationalWomensDay 2020! Join us for a whole day of celebration here at the birthplace of the suffragette movement on Sunday March 8: creative zine-making workshop, rousing choir perfomance, meet-the-authors book launch for the fab 'First In The Fight ' and lashings of tea and cake! ✍️ 🎶 📖 🍰

Come and walk in the footsteps of women who changed the world & help us to celebrate Manchester's inspirational women!
See our website for details: https://buff.ly/2S7H1Wt or check our Facebook events
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PLUS: you can join a wonderful walking tour to raise funds for us in the city centre on IWD 👣 📣, and take part in a fabulously fun, feminist-inspired drink-and draw evening art workshop with superb artist Venessa Scott on Thursday March 5 🎨 🍷. Find out more here: https://buff.ly/2VnuBNx or on our FB events 💚 💜

And if you want to go even bigger with your #IWD2020 celebrations, head into Manchester for Manchester City Council's Walk For Women on March 7: https://buff.ly/2SusOC7

Phew! It's going to be grand! 💚 💜

Are you going to bag the LAST TICKET for our drink & draw workshop with artist Venessa Scott on Thursday night?We’ll be ...
02/03/2020

Are you going to bag the LAST TICKET for our drink & draw workshop with artist Venessa Scott on Thursday night?

We’ll be exploring the symbols & icons that represent women, and experimenting with collage, paint, felt, markers and more, in order to make art that celebrates inspirational women 💪✊

Tickets are £12, including all materials & a drink. All proceeds to The Pankhurst Centre. It’s going to be fun! 🎨🍷

https://pankhursttrust.org/get-involved/events/drink-draw-celebration-international-womens-day

The Pankhurst's cover photo
12/02/2020

The Pankhurst's cover photo

The window is fixed!! What a difference from being all boarded up! Enormous thanks to everyone who contributed to the ap...
12/02/2020

The window is fixed!! What a difference from being all boarded up!
Enormous thanks to everyone who contributed to the appeal. There’s still lots to do, but we’re getting there!
Come and see for yourselves tomorrow. 💚💜

We're going big for #InternationalWomensDay 2020! Join us for a whole day of celebration here at the birthplace of the s...
07/02/2020

We're going big for #InternationalWomensDay 2020! Join us for a whole day of celebration here at the birthplace of the suffragette movement on Sunday March 8: creative zine-making workshop, rousing choir perfomance, meet-the-authors book launch for the fab 'First In The Fight ' and lashings of tea and cake! ✍️ 🎶 📖 🍰

Come and walk in the footsteps of women who changed the world & help us to celebrate Manchester's inspirational women!
See our website for details: https://buff.ly/2S7H1Wt or check our Facebook events
💚💜

PLUS: you can join a wonderful walking tour to raise funds for us in the city centre on IWD 👣 📣, and take part in a fabulously fun, feminist-inspired drink-and draw evening art workshop with superb artist Venessa Scott on Thursday March 5 🎨 🍷. Find out more here: https://buff.ly/2VnuBNx or on our FB events 💚 💜

And if you want to go even bigger with your #IWD2020 celebrations, head into Manchester for Manchester City Council's Walk For Women on March 7: https://buff.ly/2SusOC7

Phew! It's going to be grand! 💚 💜

We're hiring! We're looking for people to join our fantastic team to work on three new projects at The Pankhurst Trust. ...
21/01/2020

We're hiring! We're looking for people to join our fantastic team to work on three new projects at The Pankhurst Trust. We've got a variety of full-time and part-time roles, plus exciting volunteer roles to support our team. Do you want to join our diverse, supportive women-led organisation, and help to change people's lives? See the link for details 💚 💜 https://buff.ly/2uknoB8

Happy New Year from The Pankhurst Centre! 🎉Here's to equality aplenty in 2020 💚 💜We'll be open on January 9. See you the...
01/01/2020

Happy New Year from The Pankhurst Centre! 🎉
Here's to equality aplenty in 2020 💚 💜

We'll be open on January 9. See you then!

Seasons Greetings to all our friends! 🎄 ❄️ ⛄️ 🤶 🎄 🎵 We wish you a feministmas and a Pankhurst New Year! 🎵 💚 💜
25/12/2019

Seasons Greetings to all our friends! 🎄 ❄️ ⛄️ 🤶 🎄

🎵 We wish you a feministmas and a Pankhurst New Year! 🎵

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We’re closed for Christmas now folks 🎄and open again on January 9 2020!Seasons greetings to one & all! Here’s a suffrage...
20/12/2019

We’re closed for Christmas now folks 🎄
and open again on January 9 2020!

Seasons greetings to one & all! Here’s a suffragette in a Christmas tree to get you in the feminist festive spirit 🎄🎄

See you in 2020 👋

The Pankhurst's cover photo
20/12/2019

The Pankhurst's cover photo

Don’t let the wind and the rain put you off!
12/12/2019

Don’t let the wind and the rain put you off!

As the polls open for the #GeneralElection2019, please help us share this message far and wide - WOMEN USE YOUR VOTE!We'...
12/12/2019

As the polls open for the #GeneralElection2019, please help us share this message far and wide - WOMEN USE YOUR VOTE!
We're open for visitors from 10am to 4pm today. A pretty fitting day for a visit to the birthplace of the suffragette movement, even if we do say so ourselves...

Today our Manchester Women's Aid Drop In has been extended with a coffee morning and performance by Enjoy Arts as we rem...
27/11/2019

Today our Manchester Women's Aid Drop In has been extended with a coffee morning and performance by Enjoy Arts as we remember the 173 domestic violence deaths over the past year.

Thanks to everyone who donated handbags each one representing a woman who died.

#16daysofactiob #16daysofactivism

If you only do one thing today, make sure it's register to vote!  It takes two minutes and ensures you can take part in ...
26/11/2019

If you only do one thing today, make sure it's register to vote! It takes two minutes and ensures you can take part in the election on the 12th December.
Don't think you can make it to the polling station? Register for a postal vote.
The deadline is TODAY!
#GeneralElection2019 #democracy #suffragettes #vote101

Our volunteers got into the #suffragettespirit today making banners for our railings! We think Emmeline would be really ...
21/11/2019

Our volunteers got into the #suffragettespirit today making banners for our railings! We think Emmeline would be really pleased with their efforts.
Don’t forget the deadline to register to vote is the 26th November!
More info about registering is available: https://www.gov.uk/register-to-vote.

The Pankhurst's cover photo
19/11/2019

The Pankhurst's cover photo

Happy Halloween 🎃🎃 Join us for heinous half-term fun! We’re making spooky spider badges, inspired by Lady Hale’s awesome...
31/10/2019

Happy Halloween 🎃🎃

Join us for heinous half-term fun! We’re making spooky spider badges, inspired by Lady Hale’s awesome arachnid brooch 🕷🕷

Drop in between 10am - 4pm

We’re open today! Come and join us at the birthplace of the suffragette movement. 10am - 4pm 💚💜 💪💪 #suffragettes #Radica...
24/10/2019

We’re open today! Come and join us at the birthplace of the suffragette movement. 10am - 4pm 💚💜 💪💪 #suffragettes #RadicalManchester #HalfTerm

The anniversary celebrations continue at the weekend! Come and join enJOY Arts for their Suffragette School for little (...
11/10/2019

The anniversary celebrations continue at the weekend! Come and join enJOY Arts for their Suffragette School for little (and not so little) suffragettes, feminist archivist HerArchivist for a Pankhurst Centre archive workshop, and Ursula Harries for a bike maintenance course! With tea and cake, of course. 💜💚

10/10/2019
Manchester Community Choir: Nana was a Suffragette

After a LONG campaign to save the building, we opened as a heritage site and women's centre #OTD in 1987! We're 32 today!
The song 'Nana was a Suffragette' was written by Jules Gibb for the occasion, and is our most sung song in the office by a mile (so catchy!) We're sharing @ManchesterCommunityChoir doing Jules proud in the video below, hoping that you'll give it a singalong too! SOUND ON.

"It was in October, 1903, that I invited a number of women to my house in Nelson street, Manchester, for purposes of org...
10/10/2019

"It was in October, 1903, that I invited a number of women to my house in Nelson street, Manchester, for purposes of organisations. We voted to call our new society the Women's Social and Political Union...Deeds, not words, was to be our permanent motto"
Emmeline Pankhurst, My Own Story, 1914

"Women, we must do the work ourselves. We must have an independent women's movement. Come to my house tomorrow and we wi...
09/10/2019

"Women, we must do the work ourselves. We must have an independent women's movement. Come to my house tomorrow and we will arrange"
Emmeline Pankhurst, 9th October 1903

What a week we've had! Didn't have the best start, but the support we've received has blown us away. Donations from you ...
04/10/2019
Events | The Pankhurst Trust and Manchester Women's Aid

What a week we've had! Didn't have the best start, but the support we've received has blown us away. Donations from you kind people have meant we've reached over 60% of the money to fund the repairs and pay for security improvements to make sure this doesn't happen again!
We'll be continuing to fundraise at our events to celebrate the anniversary of the first meeting of the WSPU in this building in 1903 and the opening of the Pankhurst Centre in 1987.
Please do come along, your support means so much!

Upcoming events at The Pankhurst Trust From the very first meetings of the Women's Social and Political Union in the early twentieth century, to book launches, talks and live music and theatre performance today, there's always something happening at the Pankhurst Centre...

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03/10/2019
Manchester Confidential

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“The centre is not only a historical monument but also active in the struggle against violence targeted at women and girls...”
The Pankhurst

We’re so pleased- and not at all surprised-that Sheikh Nazim Helping Hands continued to offer their services for women i...
02/10/2019

We’re so pleased- and not at all surprised-that Sheikh Nazim Helping Hands continued to offer their services for women in need from the building today. Not quite business as usual, but very nearly!

Even though we were still finding shards of glass from the break in on Monday- SNHH helped families with their food, laundry products and toiletries today. ❤️🙏❤️

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60-62 Nelson Street, Manchester was the birthplace of the suffragette movement, and now houses a small museum, heritage centre and women’s service. 62 Nelson Street was the home of Emmeline Pankhurst and her family; it was in the parlour of this house that the Women’s Social and Political Union - the campaign for Votes for Women that became known as the suffragettes - began. The museum and heritage centre is open to the public on Thursdays from 10am-4pm, and on the second and fourth Sunday of the month, from 1-4pm. We think everyone should have access to this important place, so work hard to ensure entry remains free.

The Pankhurst Centre is the headquarters of Manchester Women’s Aid, which provides advice and support to those experiencing domestic violence and abuse. The Centre also provides space for other services, activities and events run by women; we host a number of women’s organisations and projects that support women, and continue to fight for women’s rights today, as the suffragettes did all those years ago.

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Finished a painting of Emmeline Pankhurt and a Central Library on a wonderful Manchester rainy day!
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With the government entrapped, ensnared, ensnarled, embroiled, entangled, enmeshed and enslaved into a feign of benightedness where the perilous route to exit Europe shackles the logical worldview that we have helplessly walked the plank to neoliberal neoconservatism, neotraditional depoliticised privatised communism, right-wing populist dogmatism, an alienating illiberal anticapitalism and to be frank and more precise leavers narrowmindedness hung aimlessly against the dedemocratisation deregulating our confederationism of provident European trade unionism and macroprudential productivity, we need more than ever to reset the clock to a second referendum by constitutional virtue and the whole integrity with real grassroots authenticity of democracy and democratisation by new redesign and fair essentially helpful representational sovereignty. The economic, political, democratic, representational, autonomous and systematic void or call it deficit or chasm we are under conflicts my voting agility or my voting potency to help protect the best interests of my country, so you needn’t play amoral gay bigots, the question I put to task is why this conflicts so aggressively conflating or miring unedifying intellectualism of hopelessly inextricable traditional and hegemonic fuelled national poverty and inertia with otherwise what I see to be the successful erudite scope of huge national sustenance for modern pluralistic neoclassical economic and political growth and democratisation from a second national plebiscite presented to you here through advice and written guidance here for apolitical agnostics we might conflict with. Our most valued and vital UK Membership of the European Union with a view to repealing and revoking the Withdrawal Agreement Bill needn’t be a lengthy process and prospect, democracy has it that the majority of prospective MPs with quite so many others from mainstream opinion in the House of Commons must show profound unanimity in democracy and of sovereignty required to save precious time subsequent to this Christmas time general election, here we need to alternatively be passing important new legislation in effect new parliamentary bills on care of the elderly and on child poverty than be led into the upheaval and commotion of higgledy-piggledy politics compromising our constitutional parliamentary status and substance of authentic integrity and coherence. Our parliamentary platform at present must irrefragably and providently indict with confidence the WAB with sedition against the state, here we need to immediately take a proactive parliamentary vote to extricate ourselves from the WAB and Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty and in this myriad process entrust the European Union with our fully functioning membership of the body. From the prominence of sweeping unanimity in democracy and of sovereignty professing good riddance to right-wing separatism and sexualising racism in Europe and right-wing separatism in Scotland we will healthily reinvigorate with great potency our constitutional sovereignty of representational democracy to fight the rhetorical racialisation of hegemony and poverty here in the UK. The methodology to best help enable this would be to use this impending general election for the sole and entire purpose of confident nation building on a definitive second referendum to laud entirely our new and more technically advanced and highly industrious and ingenious relationships with the European Union. A second referendum at the point of a general election will undoubtedly prove Eurosceptics against our prevailing ‘unity and integrity’ in the UK of procedural democratisation undeniably wrong, to also defeat racism and the insidious racism within racism. To reach this point we needn’t cross steep mountainous terrains when we know the route to our national harmonisation could be a lot easier on more level meadows and fields overlooking parliamentary hope and optimism to meet new horizons. It is time to wrap up this palaver on Article 50 and the WAB with nullifying immediately the detrimental effect it has on our sovereign credentials moralising quality politics and racial identity seen through centuries of parliamentary science and philosophy, the best most conscious way of ensuring this would be to conduct parliamentary work simultaneously on the two new conscientious parliamentary bills I have made proposals on for the elderly and children encountering poverty. I myself encounter counterproductive apolitical representation of antagonising agnosticism in politics set to conflict from the fact that democracy pleasurably likes to work with local people against me, the media loves to be identity averse to my ideas and the libraries love to be idly averse to my plans, from an inbred antipathy unhelpful to my adept political professionalism of acute skill in political education, the great knowledge of helpful worldly interests I see are frequently silenced deliberately excused into a void to enslave them, an unhealthy political antipathy to progressive racial harmony to compound racial acrimony. My poverty here is compounded wherever I am prime victim to vulnerability, exploitation and demonisation from people who present void after political void to always live with me a life of morbid void. The foremost recent General Election needs to question for crucial benefit a safe parliamentary agenda and stratagem of political vision, practice and policy implementation to offset the SNP inroads to destabilise prospects for future consistent UK parliamentary convergence and unionist complementarity for impregnable unanimity this General Election must present to the political underpinnings of our democracy class impressive levels of political ingenuity. We really do need to synchronise to integrate our political philosophy and democratic empowerment with political authenticity and integrity to best protect ourselves against Scottish nationalism from where sectarianism foments decay and disintegration, this must be done tonight and tomorrow with our votes and with immediacy in the new parliament. The new government in power, winning this election, must at the onset work to reform our tax system currently fraying and fumbling wherein tax dodgers across the country, especially the major cities and especially especially London have and are stealing in an insidious way wealth from the government and therefore from the poor classes. It only takes careful study of governments in Cuba and Venezuela, or maybe Italy and Greece, to see how an unstable tax system contributes heavily, even from privatisation and private investment, to the impoverishment and economic disenfranchisement of the poorer classes, so a complete revamping of the Inland Revenue codes for full reform of the UK tax system is probably our foremost urgent priority in the new sworn we hope open and receptive government, especially to offset the rich and to help relieve poverty inequality. A simple and effective way to justify this is to increases taxes on the rich and very rich. Another beneficial question is over our natural resources, our iron ore, fossils - coal, minerals, metals - copper and steel, limestone, oil and gas and other geological resources in Scotland, England, Wales and NI that need to be resourced, like there are here in Cumbria, Lancashire and Yorkshire that need resourcing for resourcefulness, not only do we need a government study on it we need a practical course of governmental action to industrialise them, it will help relieve poverty where child poverty is found most say across Merseyside, Humberside and Tyneside, Yorkshire say Bradford with Leeds and Dewsbury, the Midlands particularly Birmingham and the City of London - Children living in the stratum of poverty experience serious levels of deprivation and destitution of their material, spiritual and emotional resources needed to survive and develop the sinews to thrive leaving them unable to enjoy and promote their rights, achieve their full potential and participate as full and happy members within their own society. The effects of polemical poverty on the growth, development and the fibre and health of Britain’s youth and children specifically much involved with their culture, education and their multidisciplinary empowerment opportunity regarding economics is as it is with the social and political context of the poverty, isolation and victimisation they are living to fight. To industrialise our national economy we need not disenfranchise the economy from London or from our geology from better devolving and determining power integrating it efficaciously if meticulously. The Scottish Heartlands are all to fight for if we are to sink the SNP and retake control from Eurosceptics and with it rebalance parliamentary autonomy at the core in Westminster, with NI fractured if not fragmented we need to fight off republicans, with harmonious political amalgamation and holistic consociational resistance, in this General Election 2019 and thereafter. Dividing, diffusing and dissolving power does not help my cause where the community screws around, where we know Women get it, Black People get it and the Palestinians get it, it unhelpfully leaves sense on political foresight in disarray needlessly and draconianly, over the fight for justice, not if the fight is blind but where the justice is blind, quite. So really, a new parliamentary act for care of the elderly, a new parliamentary act on child poverty, a new parliamentary act on fairer taxation and a new parliamentary act of UK integration with Europe, and to replace industry we’ve lost a new parliamentary act on new industries to complement the recent Trade Bill, are just some of my requests on our democracy with my personal ability to vote, requesting of the new parliament to heed with respect. These parliamentary acts take steadfast government will, time, effort, skill, patience, resolve and determination to officially compose and implement, and this regarding the government myself in return I respect. And please, this article is not for local enemies who needless to think will nullify it, if able to value it will still repudiate it, particularly some adversarial local Pakistani politicians for whom I have nothing more to sacrifice for reason of my self respect. If you know me well and you know my work on the ‘2020 African-Caribbean Summit’ well, then following the summit it would I believe make perfect sense to honour our work on the summit with establishing promptly and anew our, UK Parliamentary Entente of the African-Caribbean Matrix, before the end of the summer 2020. As chairperson of the ‘Free Voice of the United Kingdom of Great Britain Non-Partisan Vanguard on the Liberation of Palestine’ found with the collective efforts of Yorkshire, Lancashire and Cumbria, in the beautiful little village of Brierfield, here are our other proposals to the new parliament for government subsequent to The Queen’s Address today, the 19th 0f December 2019. Our movement is united across Europe to advance Palestinian hopes for democratic action for political education and economic prosperity able to support Palestine not only across Europe but hopefully throughout the entire modern world. Our indisputable view is for a truly united Great Britain entwined with a united Europe, we are of the happy persuasion that the United Kingdom of Great Britain is best protected entwined and not separated, not only for our economic agility but for political capacity. We implore the fortunately appointed new members of parliament for Pendle and Burnley to run public consultations and public debates on Britain’s membership of the EU, hoping ourselves that across the country the democratic will of the public will prevail to determine the right course of events, we regard at our organisation that an indispensable u-turn to overturn the WAB with view to holding a second referendum on UK membership of the EU serve best our national hopes to democratically stabilise the British economy with the ‘de jure’ capacity for accessible social and educational indomitability to protect and promote the moral integrity of our British constitutional sovereignty that we feel is under strain and threat from the WAB. To now motivate the new parliament to uphold this ‘moral integrity’ necessitates of immediacy innovatory public action for democratic government and democratic reliability we believe safeguarding our sovereignty deemed prerequisite to the honour of our constitutional monarchy pivotal to the nexus of philosophical laws bestowed and endowed upon the order of ministers that serve the sacrosanct supremacy of our monarch. We at the ‘Free Voice of the United Kingdom of Great Britain Non-Partisan Vanguard on the Liberation of Palestine’ meet needless daily pressures to detract and really defeat through our powerful pursuit of vitality and change especially to administer democracy and to administer parliamentary worth where worth proves scarce and insidiously ominous, perilous and venomous. We do at our organisation wholeheartedly believe that Mr Andrew George Stephenson and Mr Antony Higginbotham will with their best efforts work to answer our pleas and properly protect us from defiling enmity and violence, mostly from the dominant democratic discourse, using their intuition and ingenuity to support our set of principled demands. Our proposals regarding Europe really fit nicely into the new parliamentary agenda, not to resign yourselves to questions of sceptical change but to pioneer hopeful and better change from facilitating it anew, to facilitate it anew we must empower the public locally and nationally with active-led constant hope and accessible innovation for networking the real transformational potential of successful pathways for democratic change. A highly concerning issue we share is the alarmingly low levels of funding that UNICEF Worldwide is facing, also that UNICEF UK is facing, starving them of vast potential. We believe funds to UNICEF UK and UNICEF Worldwide need to increase over tenfold without delay to give us a sense of relief. Now, the government with regards to the IPSO or diligent press freedom, needs to follow a new course of professionalism. Having myself monitored action on race against racism for most of my life and in a qualified professional capacity for thirty years, I am over and above well aware of the hurdles, challenges and goals we face at the IPSO to help father, and mother, the right racial policy to defeat the insidious and overt levels of intellectual and structural racism killing society from peace. I am writing now to really give you here the good advice we feel you need and that you will by virtue of God we hope warmly appreciate to improve the professional standards of ethos and quality you adopt and foster in your work remit with newspapers and magazines, that do need it. To make your monitoring policy on the racial freedoms we embrace to fight with rights racial prejudice and injustice, the media industry with whom the IPSO works must empower writers publishing visionary and meticulous material on race with the ability to not only report their stories, with skill and tenacity, but to educate the target audience fighting 'racism of whatever nature, or character, menacing society with malice' with key proposals at the end of every article giving good professional advice of concise value in relation to the context of the article written and the government led organisational policy advice to the nation that the article really aims to communicate to protect from and fight off the effects of racism on society. The IPSO our organisation feels mustn't detract or divert from this new responsibility, it is you will know in the nation’s greatest benefit, to better our practice with helping newspapers and magazines better their practice, practice that the British government will definitely laud and help promote to change our system to innovate and pioneer monitoring race with racial policy in the effective ways we practically defeat racism. These simple remodelling of and redefining professional practice on 'race defeating racism' is your responsibility to embed my advice with mechanics in policy on theory and practice on racial and ethnic identity. Really what you are contemplating to do here is to teach writers the ability to be more friendly in the way they present analytical articles on race with what viewers need, practical proposals for community conversation and thus the better ability to learn and teach with new skill and new levels of media transparency the right standards of accountable powers implementable henceforth. It will change the face of newspapers and magazines, credited with new design, with proposals subsequent to each and every articles. One other vital proposal to the government regards what to call a Commonwealth Treaty on Financial and Economic Growth - the respected stateswoman our honourable and most excellent Secretary-General of The Commonwealth our Rt Hon Patricia Scotland QC must we earnestly believe really prioritise organising and implementing a new ‘Commonwealth Treaty on Financial and Economic Growth’ that impressively enhances and advances the core power-competence of highly potential economic-activity for The Commonwealth and it’s very distinct and dynamic capacity with the 53 member nations to supercharge over and above innovation on social justice and social democracy also new magnificent practical innovation on productive commerce and migration scope for international industrialisation. With the new parliament subsequent to the General Election 2019, I believe new parliamentary impetus and physical capabilities for the institutionalised and civic networking of this newly anglicised and powerfully versatile and cosmopolitan new treaty on moralising the financial and economic growth of The Commonwealth must be formally and ingeniously conferred upon the Commonwealth Secretariat and the Commonwealth Foundation, with what we personally hope that HRH Prince William and HRH Prince Henry will devote more practical time to help nurture through intergovernmental integration. We also quite earnestly hope with great belief that their Royal Highnesses will newly include Palestine into the membership of The Commonwealth and use this new treaty, the frontline work of The Rt Hon Patricia Scotland QC, for the financial and economic advancement of the Palestinian civilisation. We even have a proposal if welcome to The Royal Family from the ‘Free Voice of the United Kingdom of Great Britain Non-Partisan Vanguard on the Liberation of Palestine’ regarding the symmetry of relationships on ‘Women in Community’ and ‘Black Perspectives’ concerning fields of modern ‘Educational Development & Advancement.’ Here, we earnestly hope, thinking it the best our two beautiful princesses - Catherine and Meghan, can happily serve The Queen and King to be Prince Charles in work as honorary patrons of Oxford and Cambridge universities to organise and lead disciplinary field study into new philosophical thought to eclipse the confines of Marxism and present to the world a modern ‘newly’ named theory of socio-political civilisation. With help we hope from the best philosophers, theorists and scientists of political education in the United Kingdom, the universities under the princesses capable stewardship can organise and lead a special working panel to conduct this research and study-paper spanning several years of highly meticulous very disciplined activity of pedagogical philosophical thoughts. Essential for Government Purposes - Reconfigurations of Theory and Practice on Child Poverty in the United Kingdom: The layers and levels of child poverty in the United Kingdom and particularly the most socially deprived and under threat to downward spiral areas where children fall vulnerable, are best seen in centuries worth of research and legislation that still need present day structural formation in policy and practice, maybe with redefining for more resolute purpose statute underpinnings of the Child Poverty Act 2010. From careful study of the invaluable work under review and undertaken by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation and the Children’s Society, together with the National Children’s Bureau, supported implicitly with helpful and working perspectives from other government led children’s organisations including End Child Poverty and the Child Poverty Action Group, we may identify these layers and levels to cross and resist between poverty defined to be borderline, marginal, relative, absolute, abject, extreme, structural, destitute, racial, food and fuel, moral, family, orphan and polemical discrepancies that cause children vulnerability to child poverty, where professional scientists work with freedom to tackle it from understanding the right definition of multidimensional and multimodal child poverty causing multiple deprivation. My own view seeks greater moral strength and political fibre in newly assembled formal government legislation with parallel policy and practice that will be justifiable to children from the ethics and ethos of guardianship, stewardship and leadership we owe to philanthropists Joseph Rogers, Frederick Morton Eden, Mary Higgs and Louisa Twining and their lifetime works on reputable nationwide studies into child poverty and of Royal laws and commissions on the poor and the very poor fighting discrimination and inequality in the United Kingdom. One key feature to elucidate and rectify is the gender disparity and female averse social domestication and divisiveness even deinstitutionalisation of labour and empowerment policies that are either invisible or ineffective in the complementary work of workers unions and childcare provision in contemporary civic life in Britain and our social policy. Helping the elderly to see fit the needs of children in poverty and disaffection, even vulnerable to debauchery, entails action with new awareness and literacy projects through curriculum based community education to advance theoretical underpinnings of empirical understanding and effectively deal with the welfare needs of children from supporting the right and accessible local authority education and services that best entwine our public literacy needs evidently where need be synthesising child care and the elderly care sectors - a friendly and accessible national-literacy scheme on the public education of the elderly regarding child poverty must duly be modelled and floated. Child poverty is a denial of rights from where children suffer hunger and homelessness even if vulnerable children and child carers are literate and skilled or illiterate and unskilled, the poverty trap children face is worsening. Our government funding deficit to what I regard could better deal with child poverty and child mendicity compounds adversely from the misappropriation of finance on imprecise objectives that need proper earmarking to resuscitate funding and resources from depletion and ward off profligate government budgets, then to harmonise county municipalities through social networking of community agencies, however this may only be possible if we revamp the Child Poverty Act 2010 and empower our local authorities with introducing the changes of new standards on child poverty policy statutes. To my professional estimation the BBC need to furnish this whole process with school projects on child poverty that they can run adverts and a series on, even for government consultations. My advice is that UNICEF UK with their expert understanding of the UNCRC especially articles and clauses 3, 6, 12, 24, 25, 26, 27, must out of important need help the British government to establish a new department in the International Labour Organisation inclusive of properly addressing issues of child poverty and child labour. Our local constituencies of Pendle and Burnley have seriously high demands on tackling child poverty and like anywhere else in the country need public, private, statutory and voluntary sector responses to mitigate the quagmire or call it conundrum poor children encounter in desperately severe living conditions. Local council framework methods to alleviate the stress children face subject to poverty need institutional reorganisation of local interagency work, the championing of community curriculums centred around greater education and campaigns, efficient and efficacious media projects on tackling child poverty, an effective connections grid or system for daily county council monitoring of paralleled policy and practice to implement pioneering new objectives, the council led facilitation of community groups engaging often in organised conversations, and, local music and film making groups highlighting the issues concerning child poverty funded through our national arts councils - with cross-community international perspectives on child poverty providing forum led source and resource to foreign citizens on British policy and procedure whether local or national on fighting off child poverty. Where the causes of child poverty are due to racial inequality and oscillation we must address the problem of intellectualism intrinsically of classical, traditional and intellectualist poverty conflicts on racial ethnicity that supersede our hopes for poverty alleviation. To get it right on racial poverty the government needs to define, delineate, decipher and decode the causes from racism such as complexional misanthropy or ostracism that impede quite persistently ethnic minority children from equalising good health and good education with the right prospects to really excel in and champion life. Children of all colour living in the stratum of poverty experience serious levels of deprivation and destitution of their material, spiritual and emotional resources needed to survive and develop the sinews to thrive leaving them unable to enjoy and promote their rights, achieve their full potential and participate as full and happy members within their own society. The effects of polemical poverty on the growth, development and the fibre and health of Britain’s youth and children specifically much involved with their culture, education and their multidisciplinary empowerment opportunity regarding economics is as it is with the social and political context of the poverty, isolation and victimisation they are living to fight. The government’s Child Poverty Unit could I regard run an evaluation of this three-month report and give judiciously palpable proposals to the Social Mobility Commission, ones to modernise with furnishings vital new features of a new parliamentary Child Poverty Act 2020, a reworked government act that represents centuries of history, works to best represent Britain’s children’s organisations, ensuring that children with SEN and infirm are helped out of poverty however serious and systematic through fostering their skills development and professional development. Now categorically hitting the 2020 targets for child poverty firmly set within the Child Poverty Act 2010 seemed quite a stern-stern challenge, a combination of economic downturn and stagnation following a recent financial crisis and changing trends in our labour markets while also within the state of public finances however put them almost invisibly if not visibly out of reach. It also meant that conventional policy responses to child poverty were likely to be less effective, or simply effective causes for miring the government’s child poverty agenda, that I believe me have no personal liability on. The Child Poverty Act 2010... & Vision receiving cross-party support at the onset set out four legally-binding child poverty targets to be satisfactorily met before the new year of 2020 dawned, these were on Relative Poverty, Absolute Poverty, Combined Low Income & Material Deprivations and Persistent Poverty. Essential for Government Purposes - Reconfigurations of Theory and Practice on the Care of the Elderly in the United Kingdom: On a new parliamentary act hopefully entitled ‘The Elderly Act’ please use the capacity and weight of your agency and political agility to lobby parliament to help the future care of the elderly in the UK, I have here for your benefit my own personal views and perspectives on how this may be done. The government of HM’s gracious and honorific Crown and Dominions from my viewpoint needs to review and reform care for the elderly within the United Kingdom, particularly their entitlements to welfare benefits and entitlements to better reliable protection of their later-life financial assets where they it is known feel rather vulnerable. In order for parliament to do this, HMG needs to utilise some very essential legislation to design and implement a new parliamentary act, possibly named The Elderly Act - the institutional legislature responsible for this new act in government must use for best purpose the interrelationships between the Armed Forces Act 2011, Welfare Reform Act 2012, Care Act 2014, Housing Act 1988, Mental Health Act 2014 and The Pensions Act 2008. It is as a matter of concern that military veterans be they old or disabled need better social provision say social security with improved welfare benefits, just as it is a concern that elderly people feel disheartened that their later-life financial assets particularly homes are vulnerable to costly socio-economic duty and undue financial burdens. From careful review of community care for twenty five years and with resignation that the latest bill for care of the elderly was way back in 1971, then very different from now in 2019 I can avow that we are at present under circumstances of the highest governmental calibre where politics have advanced impressively to levels of great inclusiveness, rationality and latitude. A new detailed paper put forward for parliamentary reading then given conventional procedural ascent for what I call The Elderly Act will inevitably take three to four years to complete. From necessary incisive precision on organising elderly finances to networking their public services provision, from best protection of their assets rich or poor to the institutionalisation of community policy for their modern-day safeguarding, our government representatives must now commence vital work with key elderly agencies and elderly groups involved to ordinarily base the right and helpful broad church foundational support and system of democracy to empower this ordinance with transparent and synergised integrity. The health and social care act 2014 - Care Act, did not specify a ‘white paper’ on all-in elderly care, The Elderly Act hope I will if you’ll allow be much more compact overall thorough and apt to not only rectify this but to faithfully develop the law on authentic freedom and authority for care of the elderly, paying careful attention to ethical ethnic minority demands of the elderly and presently the forlorn severely disenfranchised needs of the vulnerable mentally disturbed even homeless and widowed elderly people and their identifiable family and service sector care. Essential for Government Purposes – Reconfigurations of Theory and Practice on The Northern Powerhouse and the proposed New Industries Act in the United Kingdom: The Northern Powerhouse is the UK government’s pioneering flagship vision for a super-connected, globally-competitive northern economy with a flourishing private sector, a highly-skilled population, and world-renowned civic and business leadership. The Northern Powerhouse is now thankfully recognised across the world to be a practically great place to invest. Investors everywhere know that the North has the world’s most adept and best entrepreneurs and businesses. Further from my careful research into this government’s pioneering flagship scheme The Northern Powerhouse, I can advise The Great Northern Conference 2020 with the vitally essential course of professional action to pursue, these government objectives I propose regarding the pioneering flagship scheme include… - To open a review into every previous year of the scheme critically assessing the impact value on local businesses, on large corporations, of continually focussed government support and about the impact value on regional interconnectivity of the scheme. - To carefully critique the impact value of the scheme concerning levels of success with the EU, particularly identifying routes to further expand European commerce, and to widen reciprocal links the scheme cultivates with global economies. - To improve local policy structure for optimally extending the scheme, creating countywide responsibilities to foster the scheme nurturing its overall scope for growth. - To use regional universities to promote regional innovation and empowerment skills on selling the scheme for greater opportunities, and to give primary schools an overview of it. - To create wide and in-depth awareness on the need to include race and disability generated training, support and feasibility on the impact values of the scheme. - To rework the funding strategy and funding capacity of the scheme with a review to increase government funding, European funding and long-term funding, with a view to take away ineffective piecemeal funding from small enterprises rather to focus on the size and strength of larger more viable businesses. - To give MPs and Mayors the necessary responsibilities to lecture local councils on a quarterly basis for outlining the strengths and weaknesses on the performance and impact values of the scheme. - To use local democracy to highlight the potential for international democracy in promoting the continual strengths and successes of the scheme, through libraries, local councils, workers unions and women’s cooperatives. - To produce promotion material on the scheme such as leaflets, yearly reports and through using regional television and radio stations. - To use the collective voice of counties involved in the scheme to adeptly review and propose for parliament a ‘New Industries Act’ to spur and thrust economic growth through industrialisation. - To find methods of incorporating agricultural development into the scheme especially for purposes of business and industrial growth. - To present the scheme through the government to all UK regions proceeding the necessary inauguration of the ‘New Industries Act’ giving it credibility and integrity. - To give small enterprises an open opportunity to be successful with local economic development projects guiding them into the better hope of entering larger scale financial success demonstrated with their potential entrepreneurial ability and agility to grow administratively through the scheme’s specialised support. - To create professional space in local authorities to identify and deliver the overall administration of the scheme. - To commission a thorough government report into contemporary working class and middle class poverty from hindrances in the scheme’s class structure to upward social mobility and wealth creation due to de-industrialisation. - To create a new format for the scheme’s website to include fairly the full functioning extent of its success, promoting the website around the world especially across Europe. - To appoint a parliamentarian minister to lead the scheme now and to extend its feasibility across the whole of the UK in due time. - To appoint a government minister to organise and inaugurate the ‘New Industries Act’ to effectively and imminently forge economic deals from this scheme with the industrial world, enabling African-Caribbean facilitation into the scheme, with the Minister for Africa Andrew Stephenson MP to champion the scheme at the 2020 African-Caribbean Summit - maybe the same goes for Pakistan that is strengthening in industrial growth with the UK. - To identify a greater increase of permanent government funding of The Northern Powerhouse, then to apply equivalent funding continually across other regions of the UK. Essential for Government Purposes – Reconfigurations of Theory and Practice on the approach to support Caribbean affluence from the 2020 African-Caribbean Summit in the United Kingdom: I have an important viewpoint Madam Excellency of CARICOM for you to embolden and enrich hopefully to take you to the foreseeable African-Caribbean Summit, simply that previous Caribbean treaties you highlight were diplomatic feats restricted in practice to centuries of slavery where economic progress in the Caribbean has been curtailed from inconsistencies with inconsequent growth for reasons you’ll understand cannot fall to lies. African economic space has not during these treaties properly met or surpassed certain objectives, the Central and Southern America has tried but failed better helping economic expansion with the Caribbean, our integrationist marketisation has hit recessions from stagnating poor industrialisation of the produce and manufacturing capacity for employment and restricted rural and urban capital growth, the UK and EU... or the US and Canada... together considerably outside the world economic forum matrices for African-Caribbean wealth creation need to continue working with you to enhance the metrics on a maxim for momentum on macroeconomic matrices to exponentially advance the Caribbean single market functionality for integrity in powerful commerce, and, that the extreme levels of poverty, from slavery, are difficult to fight due to a de-commercialisation of productivity and economic trade beset to globalisation, well Madam Excellency please set about the best you know how to protect yourselves in the Caribbean... with the foreseeable African-Caribbean Summit to give your vision and hope real strength to fight for the world enhancing economic empowerment of the Caribbean. In particular Madam Excellency, I would add, that a European and Caribbean fact-finding mission coupled with an appraisal report on African-Caribbean politically well supported economic links with Europe, their best possible potential to fight indirect discrimination and indifference in world economic domination, with the best scope for linking specifically economies with the Caribbean, needs an impeccable right course of action to give it regional global confidence to work. The two-way routes and critically, draconian barriers to these routes, of growing economic potential and best minimising or lifting red-tape, and to, potentially support targeted nation-building schemes across under-development essentially to better and better the underpinnings of merging Caribbean economies giving them accessible world economic enforcement is of the utmost importance to the real design of technical enfranchisement of economic Caribbean might. I believe the Wold Economic Forum to foster reciprocal Caribbean economic trade and migration particularly with highly developed nations around the globe in order to be able to rectify the problem of poverty, purposeful for the United Kingdom of Great Britain led Caribbean organisations, effectively collating and capacitating a system networking Caribbean internationalism with a think-tank advisory panel and a Caribbean Economic Resources Treaty in the British Commonwealth itself, worked through the RIIA, of utmost Caribbean potential in global economic output, needs needless to say to actively foster, nurture and spearhead goals on African-Caribbean financial capital growth and financial capital dynamism to offset why the most democratically marginalised and neglected trade-block the Caribbean, that incite from pessimism tests to destabilise African might within our African sight the might to fight disenfranchisement and dispossession of economic successfulness in our worldly Caribbean civilisation, sadly in ways that slavery and racism we know have historically quite draconically sanctioned economic freedoms from freedom, here burning into regression and further pessimism what W.E.B. Du Bois phrases ‘The Souls of Black Folk’ in the mired culture of poverty in the Caribbean. Seen as the global slave economy, from slave plantations in Africa and around, the world has historically taken power and control and with it wealth and human development, moreover resourceful human capital, away from the future benefit of Africans and pan-Africanists. The African Development Bank with the African Union need to retake demand on power and control with great wealth from foreign corporations still colonising by name and greed African resources, vanquishing mindsets on colonisation to legalise land theft, extricating itself from a draconian upper hand on mining natural African resources, nullifying the unjustifiable expropriation of African agriculture and oil. Nations living in the stratum of poverty experience deprivation and destitution of their material, spiritual and emotional resources needed to survive and develop the sinews to thrive leaving them unable to enjoy and promote their rights, achieve their full potential and participate as full and happy members within their own society. The effects of polemical poverty on the growth, development and the fibre and health of very financially poor African and Caribbean countries specifically much involved with their culture and education conflicting their multidisciplinary empowerment ‘opportunity’ regarding economics is as it is with the social and political context of the poverty, isolation and victimisation to globalisation they are living to fight. Overrun to political dominance here foreign corporations, still run like slavery plantations for centuries, have stolen control away from Africans, slavery is a sin of persecution and dehumanisation not necessarily a sin conspiracists stereotypically call normal to excuse it. Africa welcomes foreigners with a lot more ease than Europeans accept coloured people, simply at the fact that more white people are in this world racist than they care to admit. Racism here in Britain has gone from a marginal issue into the mainstream, with ever more questions on rifts and reconciliation, it has an adverse effect on our mental and social well being. Now regarding my proposal of an encompassing Commonwealth Treaty on Financial and Economic Growth, the respected stateswoman our honourable and most excellent Secretary-General of The Commonwealth our Rt Hon Patricia Scotland QC must I earnestly believe prioritise organising and implementing a new work plan that enhances and advances at the 2020 African-Caribbean Summit the core power-competence of highly potential economic-activity for The Commonwealth with the Caribbean and its very distinct and dynamic capacity to supercharge over and above innovation on social justice and social democracy introducing new magnificent practical innovation on productive commerce and migrational scope for international industrialisation, institutionalising the civic fabric of networking and moralising the real financial value across cosmopolitan economics ingeniously nurtured through intergovernmental integration and advancement, metaphorically speaking not like fake belief of a fake-like Jesus Christ some people mock with disdain. Madam Excellency, the key concepts of racism from the slavery we know, of the vices that cause discrimination and oppressive structuralism in the beset international system victimising the values of economic justice, here ominously include... Racism - prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against someone of a different race based on the belief that one's own race is superior. Ethnicism - prejudice based on ethnic origin. Ethnocentrism - the attitude that one's own group, ethnicity, or nationality is superior to others. Deculturation - to cause the loss or abandonment of cultural characteristics of a people in society. Chauvinism - is a strong, unreasonable belief that your own country is more important and morally better than other people’s. Xenophobia - fear and hatred of foreigners or of anything that is foreign. Colourism - prejudice or discrimination against individuals with a dark skin tone, typically among people of the same ethnic or racial group. Nationalism - identification with one's own nation and support for its interests, especially to the exclusion or detriment of the interests of other nations. Cultural Imperialism - in anthropological ethics is to impose a politically and economically dominant community onto other non-dominant communities of unequal and weaker relationships to wield hegemony and hierarchism for domineering cultural homogeneity. Elitism - is the belief or behaviour that individuals who form an elite group of people with high intellect of quality wealth or skilful experience can impose controlled bias on society and government and they deserve powerful authority to exploit people deemed powerless. Apartheid - an oppressive policy of segregation on political and economic discrimination based upon racial segregation and prejudice. Racial Paralysis - is a term for some people’s tendency to opt out of situations that require decisions made on the basis of colour, language, creed, nationality and ethnicity therefore race itself confusing racial isolation with racial politics a detriment of racial inequality. Now if the African Development Bank draws strict policies to ward off foreign corporations monopolising the African economy with the imposition of ignorance in subordination tactics intrinsic to absolutist foreign control and greed repetitively marginalising and mainstreaming corruption, I believe it will be a lot better to pan-Africanise the African child stuck in a rut of poverty and even violence in the earth-mines below and on the streets above, here to ward off too cross-continental economic alienation and disenfranchisement that discriminates African self-wealth through illiberal capitalism and global inequality, these global barriers to politics and economics known to stifle and stunt African freedom and growth in the 20th century result from arrogant denials of African intellectual clout to defend against international misappropriation. Africans need and want their own corporations and conglomerates by name, character and potential, to really offset economic colonists from the venomous nature of colonialism and imperialism that uses slavery and illiberal practice to keep Africa still poor, hungry and inferior to wealth. From my research there in London time ago on London’s place in Africa, from my research on the Bank of England, from my research on the London Assembly, from my research on HM Treasury, from researching the London Economic Plan & Major Industries scheme and from my research on the London Institute of Banking & Finance, I cemented my twenty-five year old views that London needs a new gloss, a new lively perspective with new skin complexions to improve, advance and modify in effect to modernise its capitalist, financial, banking, commerce, trade and business, workforce, budgeting and reciprocally proficient economic levels of macro-prudential and macrodynamic professional competence, skill, capacity, capability, potential, openness, regulation and ingenuity. I know well that the Centre for pan-African Thought in the heart of London needs to evaluate principles of liberal socialism with a view to governmentalise modern capitalism with modern economics to spur and spur the ‘global financial system’ and also to improve here national spending on sensical financial and economic innovation management for the purpose of expert financial mapping of better market productivity and market success for financial prosperity, utilising literacy to decipher meticulous lexicology of quite complex and impressive ability here of the capital’s accelerationism essentially of hope for methodical economic integration about ‘financial development’ through civic and institutional apparatus networking practice thematically in education and the financial sector. The capital city I feel can better and better enhance key and quintessential liberalisation, leeway, liquidity and leverage of the capitalisation and marketisation of our city-finance to stimulate and synergise our national albeit local-regional wealth-creation through adroit contingency, cooperative, cumulative and commodifying scope for incredible success of a government-led ’International Financial Management’ matrix, not only to compete successfully with rich cities but to inter-knit fieldwork connecting the cross-fertility cosmopolitan confidence and resilience of macro-financial complementarity from wealthier and successful corporate, business, education, industrial, employment or decommodification and commodification of profitable and composure-friendly ‘marketing globalisation’ for richer and ‘poorer’ nations around the world who may essentially from tenacious and conducive empowerment policies be able to govern perennially uplifting the teaming economic power-base and political fabric here to engineer and enhance into the City of London new extraordinary ‘ambition and power’ for immaculate financial prosperity and pinnacles. From a well understood viewpoint I wasn’t at all surprised, if typically disheartened, to see how 99.9% of the top brass posts controlling the fortune and dynamism of our capital city went to very clever, very posh, very English and probably very classist City of London white elitist bosses, still you needn’t have to take these punches for swallowing your pride, simply to fight for your country in the cause to better national ‘racial and ethnic’ spurred African internationalism regarding politically disregarded ‘unequal global wealth’ and to therefore practically pioneer new hope with new ambition in the security of our future history to thoroughly advance Caribbean affluence and invulnerability from engineering steadfast economics. I hope now to study the BoE ‘Head of Vision 2020 Strategic Plan’ to find more faults with an otherwise reliable economy running the City of London and maybe revisit this work of mine presented here approaching well maybe 2025, if I haven’t by then been incongruently swallowed up by intellectual racism in my fair fight to save justice for the right vast improvement in African and Caribbean wealth. Madam Excellency, the FT newspaper has cities all around the world under representation for its financial activity, however it does not have a or one financial city or financial hub from Africa, to universally monitor its financial dealings with the continent, something that the AU with the ADB needs to duly designate and help develop. The financial reserves of Africa in the international banking system are contentiously frivolous and have an unreliable monitoring mechanism with the City of London, to correctly police and help increase African wealth with the UK and particularly its major cities, most commonly London, Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Cardiff and Belfast. It is noteworthy rather to point out that the US has greater financial wealth with the African continent than straightforward the UK, this has a worldwide significance for African internationalism through pan-Africanism from where the UK Commonwealth can and really must nurture African economic growth and give it resolute grounding in our fraying banking system in the City of London that currently does not properly have African finances at the helm or on the up. For the City of London to harmonise a working system to spur and spur African finances in the ways African finances could also do elsewhere around the world, especially Berlin and New York, the City of London categorically needs the right stern and streamlining matrical mechanisms for a fully entirely effective network comprising a modal system, a merger system, a metamorphosizing system and a molding system inclusive of micro and macro African financial clout with regards to financial commodoties and assets of capital and currency that may well strengthen Africa