Harry Leslie Smith
Harry Leslie Smith is a survivor of the Great Depression, a second world war RAF veteran and an activist for the poor and for the preservation of social democracy.
He has authored numerous books about Britain during the great depression, the second world war, and postwar austerity.
His latest book ‘Harry’s Last Stand’ provides a unique perspective on NHS cutbacks, benefits policy, political corruption, food poverty, the cost of education – and much more.
This year, I will wear a poppy for the last time
Zero-hours contracts remind me of the great depression – let's stop this
The immigration debate reminds me of Enoch Powell