For five years socialists in Britain united in the project of electing a Labour government, with Jeremy Corbyn as Prime Minister. Since that project failed, Labour has been taken over by a new leader who’s stripped the party of ideology, and is fixing the rules with the aim that the left will never have influence again.
Is Labour still a viable vehicle for socialist politics?
If leftists do stay and fight, how can they maximise their influence?
If they choose to leave, could a third party help pull Labour left?
Karie Murphy, Former Chief of Staff to Jeremy Corbyn
Clive Lewis MP
Thelma Lewis, Former Labour MP & Candidate for the Northern Independence Party
Chaired by Michael Walker
Thelma Walker is the former Labour MP for Colne Valley & former Headteacher.
Former Chief of Staff to Jeremy Corbyn