The leader of the pro-animal experimentation group "Pro-Test", whose recent small demo in Oxford captured Press attention, will be addressing a meeting at Nottingham University on the 20th March.
James Panton, the leader of the pro-animal experimentation group "Pro-Test", whose recent small demo in Oxford captured widespread Press attention, will be holding a meeting at Nottingham University on the 20th March, at 5pm, Room B5, Portland Building on the main University Park campus. This will plainly be of some interest to pro- and anti-testing campaigners, but will also be of interest to those who've kept tabs on the activities of the cult formerly known as LM (and before that the Revolutionary Communist Party), as Pro-Test appears to be a front group of this organisation. According to a contributor to a recent Indymedia story ("Pro-vivisectionist group 'Pro-Test' demonstrate to promote animal torture lab", https://www2.indymedia.org.uk/en/2006/02/334426.html?c=on#c143063
"Among the top people involved in Pro-Test are Kristina Cook of Christ Church College in Oxford, a member of the Living Marxism cult. Also associated with here [sic] and Pro-Test is politics lecture James Panton, also of Living Marxism and a director of another LM front the Institute of Ideas. Today in the Times we have fellow IoI and Living Marxism founding editor Mick Hume pushing Pro-Test."
Further info on the RCP/LM at: