By arrangement with ‘The World Transformed’, tomorrow’s TWT session ‘Act on Forde: Sabotage and Abuse’ will stream live on the Skwawkbox Facebook page: facebook.com/skwawkbox.
The panel, which features a number of those targeted by the Labour right as revealed in the ‘Labour leaks’ report and in the new Al Jazeera documentary ‘The Labour Files’, will include:
- former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn
- former Unite general secretary Len McCluskey
- Liverpool Community Independent councillor and former Labour mayoral shortlistee Anna Rothery
- former Labour parliamentary candidate Pamela Fitzpatrick
- Peace and Justice Project director Chloe Schlosberg
- Momentum co-founder James Schneider
- author and speechwriter Alex Nunns
- author and former Labour strategy director Steve Howell
- NEC member Mish Rahman
The event starts from 3pm. As per the TWT website:
The Forde Report confirmed that senior Labour officials obstructed and undermined the elected leadership during the Corbyn years, even secretly diverting funds in the 2017 election. Forde highlighted a hierarchy of racism under Keir Starmer and criticised the factional abuse of the disciplinary system. The response of the current administration? Silence. So what action should Labour members and affiliates demand after Forde? How can those responsible for these abuses be held to account? Join key figures in what’s sure to be an agenda-setting discussion.
Watch at facebook.com/skwawkbox.
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