A socialist and anti-imperialist rebel in Parliament, 1922-9
The story of Shapurji Saklatvala, revolutionary socialist, Indian nationalist and the first BAME Labour MP, elected in London in 1922. Representing a radical local labour movement, and workers' and anti-colonial struggles far beyond, he suffered ostracism, surveillance, arrests, imprisonment and exile from India to fight against capitalism, racism and imperialism, and for working-class self-liberation.
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