Corbyn to speak to Liverpool rally this Saturday

Labour leader to speak at park venue on final weekend before Euro ballot

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will mark the final weekend before the European Parliament elections with a rally speech to what is expected to be a large and enthusiastic crowd in Liverpool, from 12.30 to 1.30pm on Saturday.

The final venue will be announced on Friday and those interested in attending can sign up for updates here.

A warm welcome for the Labour leader in what is one of the few places in the north-west to vote remain will help expose the dishonesty of those who claim – in spite of Labour’s strong lead in polls of general election voting intention – that Labour’s efforts to bring together both leavers and remainers have damaged the party.

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  1. That’s good news, it will let the Farage worshipers appreciate that a real political rally is thousands of people and not a couple of hundred xenophobic RW nutters gathered in a meeting room at a football stadium. One does wonder if Farage was deluded enough to think he would need a stadium to accommodate all the thousands of supporters that he expected to turn out for hm.

  2. Just happen to be in Liverpool but going home Friday.
    Re the EC Elections got given good Anti- Fascist brochure today, and visited the brilliant Casa Pub on Hope Street – owned by the former Dockers Union, a socialist pub, good cheap beer and when I was in brilliant soul music – highly recommended! Also reading Bloody Nasty People by Daniel Trilling which exposes the Barbarians too.
    And I felt creative:
    ‘I almost pity you Barbarian.
    With thine poisoned heart.
    You no not the richness of humanity.
    As you play your tiny and insular part.
    You are the useful idiots of the rich.
    Who feed you cos’ your dim.
    But with love and socialism.
    Diverse working people will win!’
    Hope it goes well on Saturday.
    Solidarity and JC4PM!

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