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Posted on 18 November 2008 at 0:00 GMT

Videos of the debate between the Socialist Party and the SWP

Debate about where the Socialist Party and the SWP disagree on policy and tactics but also on what basis it would be possible to collaborate in the future.

>>Video Part 1: Hannah Sell, Socialist Party deputy general secretary (34:19 mins)

>>Video Part 2: Martin Smith, National Secretary, Socialist Workers Party (33:19 mins)

>>Video Part 3: Discussion from the floor of the meeting (31:39 mins)

>>Video Part 4: Martin Smith and Hannah Sell reply (26:52 mins)

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