Keith Tompson

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Keith Tompson (Keith Teare) as RCP candidate in the Oxford East constituency in the 1992 General Election as featured in Break out of the grey: Election manifesto of the Revolutionary Communist Party.

Keith Tompson was the 'party name' of leading RCP member Keith Teare and a protege of leader Frank Furedi. Tompson joined the forerunner of the RCP, the Revolutionary Communist Tendency in the first year of its existence in 1977 and co-wrote the first in its series of 'RCT Pamphlets' the same year. In 1979 he was a founder member of Workers Against Racism.[1]


  1. Keith Tompson, Under Siege: Racism and Violence in Britain Today., with a foreword from John Pilger, Penguin, 1988