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From: The Socialist issue 951, 31 May 2017: For a Corbyn-led government

Search site for keywords: Southampton - Socialist Party - Cuts - Election

Socialist Party hosts pro-Corbyn rally in Southampton

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The Socialist Party hosted so far the only pro-Corbyn election rally in Southampton following a protest against education cuts on 27 May.

Here it was discussed exactly what measures Corbyn needs to take to win and then to put his manifesto into action.

Speakers included Mick Tosh, RMT Wessex regional organiser, Sarah Wrack, editor of the Socialist, and local Socialist Party activist Josh Asker.

It was made clear that Corbyn needs to harness the enthusiastic movement that he has around him beyond the election.

Whatever the outcome, the lid cannot be put back on his manifesto and the struggles against austerity, including against school cuts, need a socialist solution.






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