Inside Remploy from Small Axe Films.
Remploy was created after the Second World War to provide employment to injured soldiers. After 60 years of operating on a workforce of primarily disabled people, the government is planning to close most of the remaining factories. Around 1,500 disabled people will loose their jobs as a result. The government argues that the factories resemble 'victorian-era segregation', and that the money can be better spent helping disabled people find work in mainstream workplaces.
Remploy workers argue that they may never work again, and that even if they do - because of prejudice and discrimination - they face working in insecure environments.
Right now, with the rise of Jeremy Corbyn, there is a real possibility of a resurgence of the left in Britain. With mainstream media showing clear bias against Corbyn, this new left movement urgently needs its own strong voices.
Thousands of activists will arrive in Liverpool this month for the Labour Party Conference and its fringe events. Jenny Nelson recommends places to visit and introduces the local political scene
In the run up to a November event Robin Grey makes the case for urban and rural communities to work together to tackle land rights, ownership and usage
Alex Richardson-Price observes the pressing need for a character assassination, by any means necessary, of Jeremy Corbyn.