Ahead of the approaching general election, on the final day of Parliament before dissolution, we will be hosting a broad discussion on the what impact the outcome will have on our politics and where it leaves us.
You are warmly invited to come and join us. For full details and to sign up, follow the link below.
I would also like to take the opportunity to flag up this weekend’s meeting of the important initiative, ‘assemblies for democracy’ and to invite you to join us if of interest.
‘Once the votes are counted, what happens next?
May’s election is set to be the closest fought in a generation and whatever the outcome it is crucial those of us campaigning for a more equal, fairer Britain make our voices heard. On the panel, I will be joined by David Graeber, Zoe Williams, Selma James of Global Women’s Strike and Duro Oye with Jeremy Corbyn MP in the chair.
Monday 30th March 6.30pm – 8.30pm, Grand Committee Room, House of Commons
‘Assemblies for Democracy’
Assemblies for Democracy are taking place in London (March 28), Glasgow (April 11) and Manchester (April 18). The Assemblies aim to share ideas, views and information and explore how individual voices can become a movement for change.
Saturday 28th March, 11am – 4.30pm, London South Bank University
I look forward to seeing you at our final talk before the election,
John McDonnell MP