Rhea Wolfson holding placard: Vote Labour

Momentum can open democratic participation

Throughout my NEC campaign I have had the great privilege of speaking at Momentum meetings across England. From Southampton to Liverpool I have been so inspired by the inclusive and democratic local groups that have sprung up in such a short space of time. Continue reading Momentum can open democratic participation

Portait of Jeremy Corbyn

Rally For Jeremy

WHEN JEREMY CORBYN was elected leader
with an overwhelming mandate by Labour’s
members we knew that the establishment
would throw everything at him and use
every device possible to undermine him. If
someone comes along to challenge the
system, it should come as no surprise that
the system will strike back to defend itself.
The establishment was left reeling at
the massive vote Jeremy gained.
Continue reading Rally For Jeremy

Jeremy and new Shadow Cabinet Laughing and holding placards

Unite Against the Tories

  At a time when all Labour should be united against the common foe – the Conservative Party and use the referendum result to bring them to heel, it is surprising that they have resorted to building a website called http://www.savinglabour.com with the sole aim of gathering support to whip up votes against their party leader. It is surprising and shameful that members of a … Continue reading Unite Against the Tories

Jeremy and new Shadow Cabinet Laughing and holding placards

Come Together to Defeat the Tories

In the nine months I have been leader, the Labour Party membership has doubled and is now at its largest in our history. We have won every Parliamentary by-election, every mayoral contest, we overtook the Tories in the local elections and two-thirds of our supporters voted to remain in the European referendum. Continue reading Come Together to Defeat the Tories

Labour Party Poster

United We Stand

United we stand, divided we fall is one of the oldest and truest slogans of the Labour movement.

After last week’s referendum, our country faces major challenges. Risks to the economy and living standards are growing. The public is split.

The Government is in disarray. Ministers have made it clear they have no exit plan, but are determined to make working people pay with a new round of cuts and tax rises.

Labour has the responsibility to give a lead where the Government will not. We need to bring people together, hold the Government to account, oppose austerity and set out a path to exit that will protect jobs and incomes.

To do that we need to stand together. Continue reading United We Stand