Samuel George Hobson, often known as S. G. Hobson (4 February 1870 - 4 January 1940), was a theorist of guild socialism.
Christopher Agamemnon Pallis (2 December 1923, Bombay – 10 March 2005, London) was an Anglo-Greek neurologist and socialist intellectual. Under the pen-names Martin Grainger and Maurice Brinton, he wrote and translated for the British libertarian socialist group Solidarity from 1960 until the early 1980s. As a neurologist, he produced the accepted criteria for brainstem death, and wrote the entry on death for Encyclopaedia Britannica.
Charles Lapworth (13 June 1878 – 26 October 1951) was a socialist activist, journalist and film promoter.
Cedric Henning Belfrage (8 November 1904 – 21 June 1990) was a socialist, author, journalist, translator and co-founder of the radical US-weekly newspaper the National Guardian.
Helen Macfarlane was a journalist, socialist and feminist of nineteenth century Britain. Very little seems to be known for sure about her early and later life. According to David Black, Macfarlane was most likely born in Scotland sometime after 1816 and probably grew up there.
Katharine Glasier (25 September 1867 – 14 June 1950) was a British socialist journalist.
Rose Hacker (3 March 1906 – 4 February 2008) was a British socialist, writer, sex educator and campaigner for social justice. At her death, aged 101, she was the world's oldest newspaper columnist.
George Julian Harney (17 February 1817 — 9 December 1897) was a British political activist, journalist, and Chartist leader. He was also associated with Marxism, socialism, and universal suffrage.
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