The News Line
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|Owner(s)||Workers' Revolutionary Party|
|Founded||1969 (as Workers press)|
|Headquarters||BCM Box 747, London. WC1N 3XX|
For a time during the 1980s, the WRP split into two rival factions, and for a short time there were two versions of The News Line being produced every day, one by each faction.
- Duncan Hallas: Cult comes a cropper (1985)
- The News Line Entry in WorldCat
- Weekly Worker 509 Thursday 18 December 2003
- Caulkin, George (19 December 2009). "Chris Hughton the best left-winger in the county". London: The Times. Retrieved 31 October 2010.
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