Liz Payne on a Britain’s dangerous intervention across thousands of miles of Asian waters
British Peace Assembly
In her article published in Morning Star, Liz Payne, the Convener of the British Peace Assembly, looks back 70 years to when the World Peace Council came to Sheffield – against the best efforts of Attlee’s Labour Party.
Seventy years ago, from November 13 to 19 1950, a huge international peace conference was to have taken place in Sheffield, with thousands of delegates attending from across the world.
To its eternal shame, the Labour government of the day did everything in its power to stop it.