Seven surviving stickers in the archive, must be the only ones left anywhere out of the thousands upon thousands printed.
“” Early March 1990, two of us hitch-hiked down to the Class War Federations regional delegates meeting at a house in Moss side, Manchester. After much discussion on various things, it was decided to do a sticker for the forthcoming anti poll tax march ( which turned into the ‘poll tax riot’). Getting bored of the meeting by this stage and wanting to get to the local pub ( the Whalley i think) the discussion on what to put on sticker was going around and around the room, at which point, and having not said much else at the meeting, i piped up in a loud broad geordie accent… ‘hear man..FUCK THE POLL TAX’… ha ha it was like them cartoons when you see the lightbulb above the heads light up in a communal YES !””
ex Tyneside Class War activist