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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One of the best images from the first @jeremycorbyn leadership campaign in 2015, with the well known Nelson Mandela quote:

"It always seems impossible until it is done."

#DontLeaveOrganise

“Rise like Lions after slumber
In unvanquishable number,
Shake your chains to earth like dew
Which in sleep had fallen on you-
Ye are many - they are few.”
#IStandWithJeremyCorbyn

Great to see @jeremycorbyn put his support behind the united left slate, organised by @CLGALabour. Please get behind the campaign to elect these socialists & nominate them in CLP meetings. It’s never been more important to have an organised #GrassrootsVoice on our NEC. ✊

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💯 understandable that socialists in the party feel battered right now. The attacks can seem relentless. But we have to remember that these are designed, above all, to demoralise us - to shatter our unity & scatter us to the four winds. #DontLeaveOrganise: https://www.dontleaveorganise.org/

"The best amongst the poor are never grateful. They are ungrateful, discontented, disobedient, and rebellious. They are quite right to be so.

Why should they be grateful for the crumbs that fall from the rich man’s table?”

Oscar Wilde - The Soul of Man Under Socialism, 1891.

“Many are leaving the party...If the left loses the NEC elections, then there will continue to be a tempting argument to leave...But it is eminently foolish to do so now with such a pivotal election at stake.” https://morningstaronline.co.uk/article/f/it-isnt-over-til-nec

This is great news - more support for our united left slate of excellent @CLGALabour NEC candidates who will stand up for more say for grassroots members and work with our left parliamentarians for the transformative policies we need to win a Labour government. https://twitter.com/socialistcam/status/1283469797574025216

Socialist Campaign Group@socialistcam

As the left grouping within the Parliamentary Labour Party, the Socialist Campaign Group of Labour MPs formally endorses the @CLGALabour slate for the National Executive Committee Elections.

Julian Richer, the founder and funder of @ZHoursJustice – a campaign supported by Don’t Leave, Organise – has been recognised for continuing to push the importance of ethical business practices.
https://www.facebook.com/zerohoursjustice/photos/a.133858304818821/168646064673378/?type=3&theater

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One of the best images from the first Jeremy Corbyn leadership campaign in 2015, with the well known Nelson Mandela quote:

"It always seems impossible until it is done."

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Great to see Jeremy Corbyn put his support behind the united left slate, organised by the Centre Left Grassroots Alliance. Please get behind the campaign to elect these socialists & nominate them in CLP meetings when the time comes. It’s never been more important to have an organised left presence on one of our most important decision making bodies - the National Executive Committee.

To show your support, use #GrassrootsVoice on Twitter.
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As an organisation on the left of the Labour Party we understand the anger members feel with today's announcement. A huge amount of members hard earned money has been used to settle a court case that Labour was advised it would win.

The Panorama programme in question was far from an accurate depiction of Labour’s left leadership. The leaked Labour report on antisemitism exposed alleged sabotage and racism by staff and how some deliberately sat on antisemitism cases to undermine the Corbyn leadership.

Today’s settlement is a misuse of Labour Party funds. It is a politically driven decision and is the latest attempt to demoralise and ultimately drive out the majority left leaning membership. The current leadership sidestepped the party's ruling body and this too is unacceptable, especially in a member-led democratic organisation.

We are right to be angry but we must use our anger to ensure the vision and policies we all fought for are not sidelined. Don’t leave organise.
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It's absolutely understandable that socialists in the party feel battered right now. The attacks can seem relentless, the distortions brazen and the defeats too hard to bear. But we have to remember that these are designed, above all, to demoralise us - to shatter our unity and scatter us to the four winds.

That fear, that despair, that demoralisation is a far more effective weapon to them than anything else. We must fight it, and remember all that we've built, together. Don't Leave, Organise: www.dontleaveorganise.org/
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