Kate Moorcock-Abley

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Kate Abley

Kate Abley, nee Moorcock, is a teacher and is associated with the libertarian anti-environmental LM network. She was a member of the Revolutionary Communist Party, [1] the principal research coordinator for LM entity Families for Freedom and has written for the LM entity Spiked[2] and written[3] for and spoken at the Institute of Ideas.[4]

Abley is the daughter of science fiction writer, Michael Moorcock. She taught primary school children for 13 years and is author of Swings and Roundabouts: The Danger of Safety in Outdoor Play Environments, published by Sheffield Hallam University Press and is listed (as Moorcock-Abley) in 2012 as a teacher at St Saviour's Church of England Primary School in London.[5].

She is the managing director of the LM associated building promoters Audacity[6] and married LM associate, Ian Abley in 1998.[7]



  1. "#18", Multiverse website, accessed 29 June 2010
  2. Kate Moorcock, 'Road to nowhere', Spiked Online, 29 December 2000; Kate Abley 'Trusting teachers:The sort of teaching that I want to do does not exist any more.', Spiked Online, 26-Mar-2003.
  3. Kate Moorcock-Abley and Joanna Williams, Response to ‘Safeguarding Children’, Consultation on Draft Revision of child protection guidance for the Education Service. Consultation, commissioned by the Institute of Ideas, April 2004
  4. Institute of Ideas IoI Events: On the frontline? 09 06 10 18:00
  5. St Saviour's Staff List & Roles and Responsibilities, accessed 6 February 2012.
  6. "Profile of Kate Moorcock Abley", Audacity website, accessed 2 May 2010
  7. Audacity Ian Abley CV, 11 September 2011, accessed 6 February 2012