Due to overwhelming demand for tonight’s meeting we have unfortunately had to postpone.
A quarter of a million of us voted for Jeremy Corbyn last September. Since then all of us have worked hard winning for Labour, and taking a new kind of politics out into our communities.
So it’s been shocking to see our effort squandered by some MP's unable to accept Labour's decision launching a determined and deeply undemocratic attempt to topple the leadership, in the middle of a national crisis. Jeremy has made clear that he's going nowhere. He will need all of our help in sticking to that.
Join us at Congress House, the home of the labour movement in Britain, to be part of a discussion with trade union leaders, MP's and activists about what we do next, and how we keep alive the new politics that triumphed last September.
- Jeremy Corbyn MP
- John McDonnell MP
- Diane Abbott MP
- Mark Serwotka, PCS general secretary
- Rohi Malik, the young Labour activist who introduced Jeremy at party conference
- Rhea Wolfson, NEC candidate
- Matt Wrack, FBU general secretary
23-28 Great Russell St
London WC1B 3LS
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