Here is a selection of recommended websites:
Derby Fifty Thousand People is a non profit making, non political organisation that brings Progressive Voices to Derby
Derby Peoples' History website explores local history
Hilda Kean is a historian, educator, and guide who writes a Blog about public history, animals, and London. Here she writes about the controversial shredding of archives at Ruskin College
The New Left Project produces comment and analysis on issues of concern to the political left.
People's Political Economy "We are establishing a network of learning groups designed to promote political-economic literacy outside of the existing and established academic channels. In so doing, we hope to democratise discussion over how our society is organised, why it is organised in the way that it is, and what can be done to improve it."
Britain at Work: Voices from the Workplace 1945 - 1995. A TUC Library project
The Union Makes Us Strong, TUC History online
George Monbiot on Neo-liberalism-https://www.theguardian.com/books/2016/apr/15/neoliberalism-ideology-problem-george-monbiot
Free Trade and Tory Schism- http://www.newstatesman.com/politics/2014/09/tory-schism-robert-peel-and-split-over-corn-laws-ukip-insurgency