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Tom Williams

Tom Williams is a writer and activist, and a tutor in trade union studies.

Trouble at the Mills

A failed campaign to save Solent Flour Mills, a monumental building in the port of Southampton, raises questions about how councils and campaigners can fight multinational capitalism in local spaces.

England’s Tightest Marginal

In 2017, Labour lost out in Southampton Itchen by just 31 votes. Now the party is determined to win back a working-class constituency that exemplifies the challenges facing the postindustrial south.