Group publishes ‘next stages’ of campaign for former leader’s reinstatement
Momentum’s National Coordinating Group (NCG) has published the ‘next stages’ of its effort to secure the reinstatement of former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn following his suspension by Keir Starmer over comments he has an acknowledged and legally-protected right to make – and to defend the left against the right’s transparent attempts to create a ‘zero-Corbynist’ Labour Party.
The group plans to:
- organise and strategise locally
- organise lobbying of MPs and National Executive Committee members
- use video and other modes of communication to build political pressure
- use motions and activist networks at local Labour level in support of Corbyn
Labour has issued a ban on motions regarding the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) report or Corbyn’s suspension but the wording of the CLPD motion, as the Momentum update notes, is structured to bypass the party’s anti-democratic attempt to suppress free speech on the current situation – free speech that the EHRC report itself underlines is protected by human rights laws.
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