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.

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. ❤️🙏❤️

Thank you all so much for all your messages and support! We're over 30% of the way there on our justgiving page, which i...
02/10/2019
Read Pankhurst's story

Thank you all so much for all your messages and support! We're over 30% of the way there on our justgiving page, which is amazing! Please do keep sharing. We'll keep you updated about the repairs and security improvements.
Please do look at the updates on the page which include info about organisations working with the homeless and those at risk of homelessness in Manchester. The break in seems to have been somebody just seeking shelter for the night, which is awful.

Pankhurst is raising money to help The Pankhurst

We're sorry to say that we were broken into last night. Unfortunately, the damage caused is quite extensive and we are t...
01/10/2019
Read Pankhurst's story

We're sorry to say that we were broken into last night. Unfortunately, the damage caused is quite extensive and we are therefore launching an urgent appeal so that we can carry out the necessary repairs: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/pankhurst-repair

We are determined that this will only be a temporary set back, and so in true suffragette spirit our upcoming events will all be going ahead as normal. Please check our website for up-to-date details. 💜💚

Pankhurst is raising money to help The Pankhurst

We celebrated Christabel Pankhurst’s birthday today with fun, feminist fact-finding and fairy cakes! 🎈👍🧁Thank you to all...
22/09/2019

We celebrated Christabel Pankhurst’s birthday today with fun, feminist fact-finding and fairy cakes! 🎈👍🧁
Thank you to all our lovely visitors for making it such a special day!
#SuffragetteSunday #HeritageOpenDays2019

Emmeline's mind is on #schoolstrike4climate today...is yours?
20/09/2019

Emmeline's mind is on #schoolstrike4climate today...is yours?

We can't believe it's been a year since our new garden at the Pankhurst Centre opened! The garden was raggedy and overgr...
13/09/2019

We can't believe it's been a year since our new garden at the Pankhurst Centre opened! The garden was raggedy and overgrown but was transformed over the course of 2018 into a peaceful and inspiring space for our visitors and neighbours. All down to YOU, our friends and supporters! Thank you!

We’re very excited to hear that FIRST IN THE FIGHT is available to preorder. We were lucky enough to work with the magni...
04/09/2019
iNostalgia

We’re very excited to hear that FIRST IN THE FIGHT is available to preorder. We were lucky enough to work with the magnificent Helen and Jane during 2018 and can’t wait to see the fruits of their labour. We’ll try our hardest to get some copies for our shop- watch this space! 💜💚💜

*Our new book 'First in the Fight' is now available to pre-order*

'First in the Fight' tells the compelling stories of the twenty radical Manchester women featured on the 'Our Emmeline' statue long-list. 'First in the Fight' is also beautifully illustrated throughout by artists from the 'Women in Print' collective. This stunning illustration of Ellen Wilkinson was created by Deanna Halsall.

For a limited time only we are giving you the opportunity to record your name in history. Pre-order by 15th of September for your chance to have your name printed as one of the friends of 'Our Emmeline' in the back of the book.

Follow this link to pre-order your copy now!

https://inostalgia.co.uk/product/first-in-the-fight-pre-order-save-5/

Hankering for a houseful of history? Pining for a peek at the Pankhursts’ parlour? We’re open Sunday, 1-4pm to add some ...
21/08/2019

Hankering for a houseful of history? Pining for a peek at the Pankhursts’ parlour? We’re open Sunday, 1-4pm to add some suffragette spirit to your Bank Holiday weekend 💚💜💚

Don a sash, pick up a placard and walk in the footsteps of these fearless feminists. We’ve got cake too! 💪 #RadicalManchester #HistoryIsFun #HistoricalHouses #ThingsToDoInManchester

What a fantastic day we had, celebrating women’s protest with Rememberingresistance and Scary Little Girls’ Greenham Wom...
16/08/2019

What a fantastic day we had, celebrating women’s protest with Rememberingresistance and Scary Little Girls’ Greenham Women Everywhere exhibition. ✊✊ Thank you to all involved, and to the many visitors who shared their histories of protest & who heard - directly from wonderful Greenham woman Sue - about life & protest at Greenham Common Peace Camp ☮️☮️ 💚💜💚 #StrongWomen #WomensProtest #DeedsNotWords

Emmeline needs you!! We've been fortunate enough to secure some charity places in this year's Manchester Half Marathon #...
15/08/2019

Emmeline needs you!! We've been fortunate enough to secure some charity places in this year's Manchester Half Marathon #MCRHalf on Sunday 13th October! If you're looking for a challenge and fancy raising much-needed funds for us and Manchester Women's Aid to boot, we can offer bespoke fundraising support and a very fancy Pankhurst-branded technical t-shirt for you to wear on the day! Please message us or email [email protected] for more details - come on #TeamPankhurst!! 💜 💚

05/08/2019
Time & Again Theatre Company

We're delighted to hear that the fabulous Time & Again Theatre Company were awarded the Coliseum Pick of The Fringe for their performance here at The Pankhurst Centre during Greater Manchester Fringe and will be taking their suffragette play 'Clouds' to new heights at Oldham Coliseum in September! Many congratulations!! 💜💚

You may be wondering why we are dancing so exquisitely...! We just left our Edinburgh Fringe performance to hear the wonderful news that we won the Coliseum Pick of the Fringe award from the Oldham Coliseum for our performance at the The Pankhurst during the Greater Manchester Fringe! That means we will be performing at the Oldham Coliseum on the 27th of September! We’re on Cloud 9 😍⛅️💙✈️

24/07/2019

To celebrate the release of the #StrongMcrWomen podcasts today, we've put together a little video from the talks that some of the women gave here! Forgive the cheesy music - it's called 'Action' and we thought it was most appropriate to these women of action! An enormous thank you to everyone who came to give talks to our visitors - you all inspired, educated and made us think and laugh, as well as wearing your considerably achievements lightly. Everyone should listen to the podcast!

(Also we're missing a picture of the Jackie Driver! Has anyone that came to her talk got a picture? We'd love to have one! Sorry Jackie!)

As we celebrate the anniversary of the first moon landing, let's commemorate some of the women who made great leaps in s...
20/07/2019
Top 5 Female Astronauts in the World - Womensdaycelebration.com

As we celebrate the anniversary of the first moon landing, let's commemorate some of the women who made great leaps in space exploration. 💜💚💜🚀🎇

First Lady of Space – Valentina Tereshkova
First Black Woman to Reach the Space – Mae Jemison
First American Woman to Travel to Space – Sally Ride
First Indian Female in Space – Kalpana Chawla
First Female Space Shuttle Pilot and Commander – Elleen Collins

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Top 5 Female Astronauts - Get more information about Top 5 Female Astronauts in the world to celebrate the presence of courageous women in different spheres of society. Get more information about on top 5 Womens astronauts.

The first of our annual summer parties to celebrate Emmeline Pankhurst's birthday! What a day!
19/07/2019

The first of our annual summer parties to celebrate Emmeline Pankhurst's birthday! What a day!

The first of our annual summer parties to celebrate Emmeline Pankhurst's birthday! What a day!

Well, that was fascinating! Thank you to the Smithsonian’s Kate Lemay for her talk ‘Curating Votes for Women: A Portrait...
11/07/2019

Well, that was fascinating! Thank you to the Smithsonian’s Kate Lemay for her talk ‘Curating Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence’ today, and to the Manchester Centre for Public History and Heritage for sharing her with us! A packed room and we learned so much about the fight for suffrage in the US, including how many women of colour have been erased from tradition narratives. Anyone fancy a trip to Washington D.C. to see the exhibition before it closes in 2020?

We were really excited to take delivery of our shiny new donations box yesterday! Whilst our museum is free to visit, it...
10/07/2019

We were really excited to take delivery of our shiny new donations box yesterday! Whilst our museum is free to visit, it costs us a lot to keep things running, so we're extremely grateful to everyone who donates and helps us keep our doors open! For more information about visiting us and our opening times have a look at our website: https://buff.ly/2JrX9hn 💜 💚

We're so excited to be partnering with @ladieslifelounge as one of their chosen charities for Womanifest2020! They're SO...
05/07/2019

We're so excited to be partnering with @ladieslifelounge as one of their chosen charities for Womanifest2020! They're SO close to reaching their target - check them out here https://buff.ly/2FTMZDX and do chip in to support them if you can! 💜 💚

Wowsers! Look at this beautiful linocut of The Pankhurst Centre by our very talented work experience student Imogen Tayl...
01/07/2019

Wowsers! Look at this beautiful linocut of The Pankhurst Centre by our very talented work experience student Imogen Taylor.

The original’s now in pride of place on our office wall (thanks Imogen!) but if you’d like your own version of this gorgeous print, watch this space! 🖼 🎨💜💚 #PankhurstPicture #youngWomenArtists

WOW! Emmeline's birthday party on the 14th July is now SOLD OUT! Fun starts at 1pm, and you'll need to have reserved a t...
27/06/2019

WOW! Emmeline's birthday party on the 14th July is now SOLD OUT! Fun starts at 1pm, and you'll need to have reserved a ticket to get in. If you've missed out this time, make sure you're signed up to our mailing list to get notified in plenty of time for next year! 💜 💚 💜 🍩 🎂 🍰 🎷 🎺 ✏️ 💜 💚 💜

It’s lovely in the dappled shade of our sun-kissed suffragette garden today. So nice to see people stopping by to snatch...
27/06/2019

It’s lovely in the dappled shade of our sun-kissed suffragette garden today.
So nice to see people stopping by to snatch a few minutes of peace. 💜💚🌞🌺🌞🌺💜💚We’re open 10am-4pm today. #SuffragetteSummer #GardenSanctuary

WOW! Emmeline's birthday party on the 14th July is now SOLD OUT! Fun starts at 1pm, and you'll need to have reserved a t...
26/06/2019

WOW! Emmeline's birthday party on the 14th July is now SOLD OUT! Fun starts at 1pm, and you'll need to have reserved a ticket to get in. If you've missed out this time, make sure you're signed up to our mailing list to get notified in plenty of time for next year! 💜 💚 💜 🍩 🎂 🍰 🎷 🎺 ✏️ 💜 💚 💜

The sun is up, the sky is blueIt’s beautiful & we’re open too!Come and enjoy our beautiful garden, see the place where t...
20/06/2019

The sun is up, the sky is blue
It’s beautiful & we’re open too!

Come and enjoy our beautiful garden, see the place where the suffragette movement began, and have cake & a cuppa. We’re open till 4pm today, and 1-4pm this Sunday! #SeeYouAtThePank #SuffragetteSummer 💜💚🍰☕️🌞💜💚

Tickets for Emmeline's birthday party on 14th July are going quickly! We'll be enjoying suffragette storytelling, sketch...
17/06/2019
It's Emmeline's Birthday!

Tickets for Emmeline's birthday party on 14th July are going quickly! We'll be enjoying suffragette storytelling, sketching, crafts and cake in our (hopefully!) sunny garden. Register now to avoid disappointment

Join us to celebrate Emmeline Pankhurst's 161st birthday at the Pankhurst Centre! Emmeline was born on the 14th July 1858, just around the corner in Moss Side. She moved to number 62 Nelson Street in 1898 and lived here with her young family until 1907. It was from this house that she called the fir...

Fancy taking tea at Emmeline’s? We’re open from 10am - 4pm today, and have lashings of cake, tea & fresh filter coffee. ...
13/06/2019

Fancy taking tea at Emmeline’s? We’re open from 10am - 4pm today, and have lashings of cake, tea & fresh filter coffee.
🍰☕️🍰 #VotesAndVictuals #TinyTeaRoom

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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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The government here is not averse to their conciliatory conscience of better good but feels the detrimental strength of ambiguity and coerciveness we have through conflicting factionalism in our national constituency and political fabric in Great Britain that weakens our voice and hand in European negotiations. This is why I believe we the British people need to defeat this subservience and subordination of Eurosceptic political cynicism and exploitation with contrary belief and passion of constitutional sovereignty essentially the trust and truth of democratic integrity, the integrity here of interrelationships across reliberalisation and redemocratisation of the self that a second impending referendum will verify to help the nation restabilise its foundations. It is far from a policy of appeasing submissiveness that we are fast building majority focussed quite extraordinary consensus in the British electorate to help undermine and defeat the threats that this EU summit presents, of the Prime Minister and HM The Queen speaking uncomfortably of the irrevocably irreparable predicaments that somehow we Europhiles are forced to resign ourselves to the strict authoritarian result from the first fateful referendum, necessarily of necessity to conclude a safer and stable unsurpassable democratic resolve resulting from the promising most certain second referendum. It is deemed irreparable like a broken spine or a broken nail, moreover broken trust, simply because the chasm and inconsistency separating London the capital of Europe from Europe would disintegrate and disunite the future spheres of political and economic calibration if essentially our bright cultural atmosphere with Europe. Our negotiations with Europe can help here not to outline our exit but to reassert our scope of alliance with the continent, the Prime Minister must confer to HM The Queen and the nation of good news on the liberal rebirth of our relationship and invulnerable membership of the EU, to confirm the nation’s democratic integrity and non-partisan approach to hopeful British voters that Europe thankfully expects Britain to emphatically repeal the contradictions indoctrinating our unhelpful acquiescence to Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty and instead aims to set in motion the democratic process of a positive second referendum that will ensure the victory of Europhiles over Eurosceptics in British democracy and freedom and why good heavens also why not to further the virtuous expanse of European democracy and economic confederationist integration with the prosperity of the United Kingdom of Great Britain. My dear friends my insightful writing from well developed ideas don’t you think somehow ring hollow if not here of their real and helpful substance to parliamentary eminence on ingenious consociationalism to protect pan-Europeanism at the majestic palaces of Westminster? 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 before Christmas approaches, here we need to alternatively be passing important 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. Today’s crucial General Election needs to question for 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 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 Palestinian 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 politics 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, are just some of my requests on our democracy with my ability to vote today, requesting of the new parliament to heed. And please, this article is not for local enemies who needless to think will nullify it, particularly local Pakistanis who really do not care for my well being and personal identity. Thanks, right, Nasir. Ever by thankful virtue of God, Nasir ‘Jesus’ Ifzal - Chairperson of the ‘Free Voice of the United Kingdom of Great Britain Non-Partisan Vanguard on the Liberation of Palestine.’