Celluloid socialists

May 2, 1997

At the very last - a political party that does not think education, education and education means nursery, primary and secondary.

The one and only election broadcast by Arthur Scargill's Socialist Labour party opened with two indebted students recounting their experiences.

And as it was directed by Ken Loach, the programme may also have a higher education future, squeezed in between Land and Freedom and Carla's Song in some film studies module.

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