Going nowhere fast

Despite Corbyn’s victory and a dramatic loss of members, Left Unity intends to continue as if nothing has changed. Peter Manson reports on last weekend’s conference

More than 150 comrades attended the first day of Left Unity’s 2015 conference on Saturday November 21 - although there were around half that number on the Sunday. But the first day’s attendance was slightly more than this writer was expecting, given the sizable contingent that has left to join the Labour Party.

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Block vote; Ideological purge; Armed militia; Not for profit; Real terrorists; Bogus; Worse suffering; Magic talisman; In and out

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