for a broad left network

Socialists in the Labour Party have suffered recent defeats, but we are not defeated. This is the time to unify and build around our shared socialist principles, the policies in our 2017 & 2019 manifestos, full democracy, due process and natural justice in the party.

We urgently need a way of bringing together the wide range of new and existing organisations in our movement – groups organising in communities and workplaces, unions, constituency-based left groups, Covid-19 mutual aid networks. Not yet another organisation with leadership aspirations.

Instead we need something new and different – a grassroots umbrella network, run democratically by its supporting bodies, to coordinate our actions and our demands, to support and act in solidarity with each other.

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This is immense by @CornelWest:
“It is a lynching at the highest level. Nobody can deny it. And I thank God that we have people in the streets. Can you imagine this kind if lynching taking place, and people are indifferent?” #BlackLivesMatter

We're proud that firefighters are now helping to stem the spread of infections in care homes.

Tonight we clap for all key workers. But we know that's not enough.

When this is over, we'll fight for more than just applause.

#clapforourkeyworkers #clapforourcarers

To our dear friends sisters and brothers we send our love support and stand in solidarity with you and demand #JusticeForGeorgeFlyod @fightfor15

Important statement from the Socialist Campaign Group of Labour MPs, in solidarity with the family friends & community of George Floyd in Minneapolis. As Angela Davis said:

“In a racist society, it is not enough to be non-racist, we must be anti-racist.”

#BlackLivesMatter

Tony Benn, explaining the principles of socialism in about 40 seconds...

"The word socialism is spat out on the media as if it was a sort of disease. But...it's about trying to construct a society round production for need and not just for profit. Around meeting people's needs."

This will be worth tuning in to at 7pm. @LauraPidcock interviewing Noam Chomsky. Your Saturday night sorted... https://www.facebook.com/ThePeoplesAssembly/videos/257364945319767/

Melissa, a McDonald's worker & @bfawu1 activist from South London, at our 'Putting Workers First' meeting last night:

"We win by sticking together. We win by taking action."

If you want to watch the whole meeting (&we recommend that you do) it's here: https://www.facebook.com/dontleaveorganise/videos/258533448558608/

Enormous thanks to all our amazing speakers at this evening's meeting. Your passion, experience & honesty were truly inspiring. Thanks also to all those who shared their experiences, advice & campaigns from the floor - you were among over 1,000 people to watch the event live.

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Don't Leave, Organise

From the Fire Brigades Union:

“We're proud that firefighters are now helping to stem the spread of infections in care homes.

Tonight we clap for all key workers. But we know that's not enough.

When this is over, we'll fight for more than just applause.”
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16 hours ago

Don't Leave, Organise

Important statement from the Socialist Campaign Group of Labour MPs, in solidarity with the family friends & community of George Floyd in Minneapolis. As Angela Davis said:

“In a racist society, it is not enough to be non-racist, we must be anti-racist.”
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Happy Birthday Jeremy Corbyn - with thanks and solidarity from #TheMany ... See MoreSee Less

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First released in 1968, Joe Lee Carter's heartfelt lyrics in "Please, Mr Foreman" resonate clearly today - "I don't mind working, but I do mind dying." No return to work until it's safe. We demand that the health of the many comes before the wealth of the few - and support all key workers organising around this. ... See MoreSee Less

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