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Posted on 7 February 2018 at 13:40 GMT

Carlisle debate: The way forward - Socialism or Social Democracy?

Wednesday 7th February 2018, 7-9pm

Friends Meeting House (bottom of Fisher St), Carlisle

What programme should Jeremy Corbyn stand on? What is the answer to the inevitable resistance against a Corbyn-led government by the establishment? And what is our vision of a better society? This debate will offer two approaches to these and other questions and give the audience an opportunity to ask questions or give opinions.

Speakers: Robert Rynn, Political Education Officer of Carlisle Labour Party and Brent Kennedy, Secretary of Carlisle Socialist Party. Chaired by Karen Lockney, recently a Labour council candidate in Penrith. All appearing in a personal capacity.

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