But where's the website gone?

December 6 2005 at 11:18 AM
Guy Burgess 

Response to Clause 4 -- the Fergus Connection


My, my, the Clause 4 website (and the webmaster's blog) seems to have vanished into the ether. For those who missed it this is the cached page:

The Clause 4 Group
A.K.A. Clause 4 - The Tribunite Paper for Youth and Students
A.K.A. Operation Icepick
... and by many less flattering epithets

Dedicated to the Clause 4 Group of Labour Party members active in the National Organisation of Labour Students (NOLS), the Labour Party Young Socialists (LPYS), the National Union of Students (NUS) and the wider Left during the 1970s and 1980s.

While there may eventually be other public web pages on the site, the bulk of it will remain private, with access restricted to those who were at some time members of the Clause Four organisation. Former Clause 4 members who interested in accessing the site or merely in contacting long-lost friends, are invited to email us from the feedback form below.

Amongst the, admitedly vague, objectives of the site are thoughts about compiling an outline history and membership list of the Clause 4 group. So please tell us anything you care to remember about your own involvement in Clause Four and the people or activities with which you were particularly associated. Even if you no longer wish to associate yourself with the Clause 4 group or with this site, we will try to put former Clause4 members in touch with old friends and colleagues they might like to reach. As in times past, privacy will be rigourously respected.

Dave Fisher

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