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Video: How Labour Can Make Our Votes Count

How Labour Can Make Our Votes Count

Sussex LRC event for Brighton Fringe 2015

Recorded Saturday 23 May 2015

Not just Nancy Platts and Jeremy Corbyn MP but everyone enjoys themselves at Sussex LRC events!  (copyright Morten Watkins)

Not just Nancy Platts and Jeremy Corbyn MP but everyone enjoys themselves at Sussex LRC events! (copyright Morten Watkins)

Click on the name of each speaker to view their film clip:

  1. Nancy Platts – socialist, trade unionist and Labour Party activist, who tweets as @Nancy_Platts.  Unfortunately an equipment failure irretrievably lost our footage of the first part of what was a terrific speech by Nancy.  This clip covers the second half of her speech which remains well worth watching.
  2. Jeremy Corbyn MP – the Labour MP for Islington North since 1983 who has been described as “the finest socialist in parliament” by John McDonnell MP.  Jeremy is an outspoken critic of austerity and war, who stands up for oppressed people everywhere through his work with Liberation, Stop the War Coalition, CND, Save Shaker Aamer and the Palestine Solidarity Campaign.  Jeremy tweets as @jeremycorbyn.
  3. Nancy Platts and Jeremy Corbyn MP reply to audience questions on the Labour leadership election and Labour policy, Shaker Aamer, scrapping Trident, fighting austerity and building a progressive Left in the UK
  4. Further replies by Nancy Platts and Jeremy Corbyn MP to audience questions on the housing crisis, Labour’s election campaign, proportional representation and fighting austerity.
  5. View our photos of the meeting
A message of solidarity and support for sacked PCS representative Candy Udwin from Jeremy Corbyn MP, Nancy Platts and everyone at Sussex LRC's meeting of 23 May 2015 (copyright Morten Watkins)

A message of solidarity and support from Jeremy Corbyn MP, Nancy Platts and everyone at Sussex LRC’s meeting of 23 May 2015 for PCS representative Candy Udwin, who has been sacked from her job at the National Gallery since staff there began striking against privatisation of their jobs (copyright Morten Watkins)

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