The Social Democratic Federation was Britain's first organised socialist political party.
It was founded by H.M. Hyndman in 1881 and counted Eleanor Marx, Edward Aveling and William Morris amongst its earliest members.
It is not clear what colours represented the SDF; red is the colour usually associated with communism and left-wing socialism.
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