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From: Article posted to home page Notebook, 26 September 2016: Brief articles and notes on the Socialist Party website

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Dave Nellist welcomes Corbyn's re-election

Welcoming the re-election of Jeremy Corbyn as Leader of the Labour Party, Dave Nellist said:

"It's an excellent result. Jeremy's decisive victory over a concerted effort to take Labour back to the Blair days will give heart to socialists outside the Labour Party, too.

"But unfortunately it's not over yet. It's clear to me that the Right are not going to give up. And neither should the Left.

"The only way that Jeremy's victory can be consolidated is by democratising the Labour Party and building a wider anti-austerity party. One that could bring into alliance with Labour a range of socialist, anti-cuts and green organisations and parties, that could reach out to parts of the population that Labour has lost touch with.

"I'd welcome the chance to participate in discussions on how those of us currently outside the Labour Party could work with Jeremy in building a new working class, socialist, mass movement that could challenge inequality and open a new chapter in British politics."







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