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London slavery: Maoist group moved from activism to paranoia-driven cult mentality, say British leftists


The Khamsa restaurant, once used as a Mao Zedong Memorial Centre in Brixton, south London, Britain. - EPA

The Khamsa restaurant, once used as a Mao Zedong Memorial Centre in Brixton, south London, Britain. - EPA

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: PETALING JAYA: As more is revealed about the activities of the cult-like group in Lambeth now being investigated for holding three women in slavery, other far-left groups in the UK remain bemused about what happened.

In the 1960s and 1970s, parties to the left of the Labour Party of UK Prime Minister Harold Wildon became increasingly disenchanted with his soft socialist approach.

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