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Posted on 10 May 2017 at 11:23 GMT

Suprise Corbyn rally in Morley

Jeremy Corbyn's battle bus arrives in Morley for the surprise rally, 9.5.17, photo by Iain Dalton

Jeremy Corbyn's battle bus arrives in Morley for the surprise rally, 9.5.17, photo by Iain Dalton   (Click to enlarge)

With only a few hours notice hundreds turned up outside Morley leisure centre to hear Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn speak. Morley and Outwood is one of the most marginal constituencies in the country with Ed Balls narrowly losing the seat to the Tories in 2015.

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This version of this article was first posted on the Socialist Party website on 10 May 2017 and may vary slightly from the version subsequently printed in The Socialist.

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