Labour betrays its official youth section and says Palestine Solidarity Campaign from annual conference – so the left steps up
The determination of the Labour party under Keir Starmer to alienate its core voters appear to know no bounds – and young people appear to be especially reviled.
As Young Labour chair Jess Barnard revealed on Twitter, the party broke its own rules to cancel Young Labour’s annual conference – and turned its back on plans to hold a Young Labour day at its main annual conference this month in Brighton to Labour’s official youth section, despite repeated attempts by her to persuade the party to fulfil its responsibilities:
Barnard also exposed Labour’s ban on ‘anyone from Palestine Solidarity campaign’ (PSC) taking part, as well as former party leader Jeremy Corbyn:
As one insider told Skwawkbox:
There’ll be a lot of centrist piss boiling right now.
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