Dans le nord-est de l'Angleterre, un bastion travailliste prêt à chavirer: Sur Whitby Street, à Hartlepool. Les fenêtres sont murées pour contrecarrer la «taxe fenêtre» anglaise, qui est calculée en fonction du nombre de fenêtres du lieu.

Translated title of the contribution: In the north-east of England, a Labour party stronghold ready to capsize.: On Whitby Street, Hartlepool. The windows are walled to counteract the English "window tax", a reference to the 18th and 19th centuries. which is calculated based on the number of windows in the place.

Garry Clarkson (Photographer), Aude Massiot

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Abstract

Photo story and interviews on the social history of Hartlepool and Newcastle in the light of the forthcoming UK General Election and the history of the Labour Party. A reference to the reality behind the Ken Loach Film I Daniel Blake (2016).
Translated title of the contributionIn the north-east of England, a Labour party stronghold ready to capsize.: On Whitby Street, Hartlepool. The windows are walled to counteract the English "window tax", a reference to the 18th and 19th centuries. which is calculated based on the number of windows in the place.
Original languageFrench
Place of PublicationParis, France
PublisherLibération
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 8 Jul 2017

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