Molly Scott Cato, the Green MEP for the South West & Gibraltar, who is a Quaker, will be speaking about democracy and fascism in the South West in Keynsham on the 16 March. See more details of her campaign here. Her office writes:
The tour is called ‘People and Power: Populism, Fascism and How to Defend Democracy’. It has comprised five panel debates about creeping fascism and the rollback of democracy in post-Brexit Britain in the South West, with journalists, experts, and cross-party politicians. More info on the tour here: http://mollymep.org.uk/molly-at-work/campaigns/fight-fascism/
This event takes place on 16 March at the Keynsham Community Space, Temple Street at 1900. The speakers are Molly Scott Cato MEP, Dr Anna Bull from Bath University, Alice Cutler from Bristol Refugee Rights, journalist Daniel Mumby, and North Somerset Green PPC Fay Whitfield.
Eight ways: the campaign has produced a Spotting Fascism beer mat.
All welcome, and do spread the word. The event is free. To register and more info please click here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/people-and-power-populism-fascism-and-how-to-defend-democracy-keynsham-tickets-56563920208
Full address Keynsham Community Space, One Stop Shop, Keynsham Civic Centre, Market Walk, Keynsham, Bristol, BS31 1FS (view on local map).
If you haven’t yet visited the Keynsham Community Space 16 March 1900 is a good chance (photo Bath & NE Somerset Council)