‘Build a Labour Party that will fight for the future we need’ say socialists

“From systemic racism to climate collapse, our political and economic system is in crisis. Things are not going back to normal any time soon” says the socialist campaign group ‘A United Left on Labour’s NEC’.
Resenting voices within the Labour party that is now under new leadership, point out: “The Labour Party has to tackle the failures of the rigged system head-on. That means embracing transformative socialist ideas that have massive public support and building a movement that can challenge the power of the billionaires and their bought-and-paid-for political elites.
“This platform for power is needed not only to elect a Labour government but to rebuild our society once in government. Half-measures and small reforms won’t be enough. The threats of the COVID crisis and an uninhabitable planet demand more than that”, posing  open challenge to the controversial new Labour leadership!
The socialist group is promoting a block of six socialist candidates for the Labour’s National Executive Committee: Mish Rahman, Gemma Bolton, Nadia Jama, Yasmine Dar, Laura Pidcock and Ann Henderson
Labour begins emailing out ballots for NEC election on Monday 19 October, voting closes on 12 November and results announced on 13 November 2020.
In Harrow, the NEC socialist candidates are more likely to be supported by the Harrow East Constituency Labour Party.
Harrow Labour division – socialists/non-socialists – became so obvious at the last general election where Harrow East Labour election campaign was left to rely mostly on the out of borough resources for the campaign activities.