The working class movement in the UK is in crisis. A range of communities that are objectively amongst the least powerful in society are increasingly the target of negative stereotypes. Whether they are; asylum seekers, migrant workers, Muslim communities, the working poor, Black British, or the so called: white working class’, there is a stereotype that blames them for either their exclusion, or society’s ills. Narratives of division are increasingly taking hold within those sections of our communities (black and white) that are most excluded from society.