Range Left were a radical typesetters based in London which was set up in 1980 and closed down in 1985. It began when Bread 'n Roses took the decision to de-merge, dividing its operations in two. Three members of Bread 'n Roses departed to form Range Left. They were used by many of the various radical service printers. They set type for Feminist Review, The Fabian Society, The Anti-Slavery Society and the Chile Committee for Human Rights amongst many others.
A job ad in Spare Rib 1982 reads 'Range Left Photosetters (typesetters of socialist feminist, trade union and gay publications) are looking for a Part-Time Co-ordinator to join their (mixed) collective. Flexible hours to suit, £2.75 per hour. Varied and interesting work.'